I am a stubborn individual. Fractures of the floor of the frontal sinus and the fronto-ethmoid transition are radiological hints to involvement of the drainage pathways. Medial is the insertion of the canthal tendon at the bone is of central importance. There is some spare length that allows movement of the globe. How moronic is it that you believe you can dismiss any argument you dislike just by uttering the word Trumpkin. There is no indication for obliteration in those injuries [ ].
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Trauma of the midface
Here as well, the course of the ethmoid arteries are areas of minor resistance. Their treatment belongs to the repertoire of an experienced sinus surgeon. Molendijk describes another minimally invasive procedure for the treatment of fractures of the anterior wall with 2—3 bigger fragments: For fractures with proven CSF leak of the skull base in the frontal sinus, Torre and co-workers consider wait-and-see strategy as being justified. In any surgery of the orbital floor, the forced-duction test ensures that no tissue incarcerations are overlooked. In cases of less extended fractures in the central midface, individually designed local approaches may be sufficient. The canthal ligaments still adhere to one fragment and are drawn by muscular traction of the orbicularis oculi muscle in a lateral direction.