Treatment of an isolated outer table frontal sinus fracture using endoscopic reduction and fixation

P W Lappert, J W Lee
Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery 1998, 102 (5): 1642-5
A case of an isolated frontal sinus fracture, reduced, fixed with miniplates and screws, and using the endoscopic technique, was presented. This case demonstrates the safety, efficacy, and economy of the endoscopic technique in properly selected cases that do not involve posterior table fractures or injury to the nasofrontal duct. The technique avoids the use of general anesthesia and the potential morbidities of coronal flaps.

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