Rationale for management of frontal sinus fractures release_t3mmnsk6r5e7plkeaixxopzf6a

by Bogdan Banica, Patricia Ene, Aurelia Dabu, Razvan Ene, Catalin Cirstoiu

Published in MAEDICA – a Journal of Clinical Medicine.

2013   Volume 8, Issue 4, p398-403

Abstract

The optimal treatment of frontal sinus fractures remains controversial. Multiple treatment options and algorithms have been proposed by multiple specialties throughout the years; however, the optimal method of frontal sinus repair has yet to be discovered. Overwhelming complications such as meningitis, encephalitis or brain abscess are quite uncommon nowadays. Nevertheless, late development of invasive mucoceles is not a rarity and therefore long-term follow-up is mandatory.
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