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  • Anatomy of the inferior orbital fissure: implications for endoscopic cranial base surgery. [Journal Article]
    J Neurol Surg B Skull Base 2012; 73(2):132-8De Battista JC, Zimmer LA, … Keller JT
  • Considering many approaches to the skull base confront the inferior orbital fissure (IOF) or sphenomaxillary fissure, the authors examine this anatomy as an important endoscopic surgical landmark. In morphometric analyses of 50 adult human dry skulls from both sexes, we divided the length of the IOF into three segments (anterolateral, middle, posteromedial). Hemotoxylin- and eosin-stained section…
  • Paranasal sinus osteoma: is there any association with anatomical variations? [Journal Article]
    Rhinology 2013; 51(1):54-60Janovic A, Antic S, … Djuric M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The paranasal sinus osteoma is associated with higher prevalence of anatomical variations. This can be explained either by the stronger influence of genetic and/or environmental factors on the development of the paranasal sinuses in patients with osteoma, or by their higher susceptibility to above mentioned factors.
  • Variations of maxillary sinus and accompanying anatomical and pathological structures. [Journal Article]
    J Craniofac Surg 2008; 19(1):159-64Selcuk A, Ozcan KM, … Dere H
  • Hypoplasia and aplasia of maxillary sinus, maxillary sinus septae, ethmomaxillary sinus, superior meatus-draining maxillary sinus, and over-pneumatization are the variations of maxillary sinuses. Findings such as uncinate process abnormality, orbital enlargement, sphenomaxillary plate, canine fossa elevation, infraorbital fissure enlargement, thickening of the sinus wall and mucosal pathologies c…
  • Cavernous sinus thrombosis and cerebral infarction caused by Fusobacterium nucleatum infection. [Case Reports]
    Chang Gung Med J 2004; 27(6):459-63Chang CS, Liou CW, … Chang KC
  • We report an unusual case of fusobacterial infection with secondary intracranial invasion. The condition was complicated by a cavernous sinus thrombosis and ischemic stroke. The patient was a 63-year-old woman with no history of systemic disease who had undergone a tooth extraction before the onset of symptoms. She initially suffered from sphenomaxillary sinusitis and a cavernous sinus thrombosis…
  • Remarkable anatomic variations in paranasal sinus region and their clinical importance. [Review]
    Eur J Radiol 2004; 50(3):296-302Kantarci M, Karasen RM, … Karaman A
  • With the advent of functional endoscopic sinus surgery (FESS) and coronal computed tomography (CT) imaging, considerable attention has been directed toward paranasal region anatomy. Detailed knowledge of anatomic variations in paranasal sinus region is critical for surgeons performing endoscopic sinus surgery as well as for the radiologist involved in the preoperative work-up. To be in the known …
  • Extensive maxillary sinus pneumatization. [Journal Article]
    Rhinology 2003; 41(2):113-7Kalavagunta S, Reddy KT
  • CONCLUSIONS: EMSP has been defined as a group and a classification proposed. EMSP will result in an atypical clinical picture, has a role in the pathogenesis of frontal sinusitis in some cases and may predispose injury to the orbit during endoscopic sinus surgery (ESS).
  • Anatomic variations of the paranasal sinuses: CT examination for endoscopic sinus surgery. [Journal Article]
    Auris Nasus Larynx 1999; 26(1):39-48Arslan H, Aydinlioğlu A, … Egeli E
  • Chronic rhinosinusitis endoscopic surgery requires an accurate evaluation of diseases and paranasal sinus anatomic variations. This study aims to show the main anatomical variations in the ostiomeatal complex and paranasal sinuses which are usually depicted by computed tomography (CT). CT scans obtained 2 mm thickness in axial and coronal plane from a series of 200 patients with chronic sinusitis…
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