Anatomical considerations in the aetiology of frontoethmoidal
Abdullah, "Malignant paraganglioma of frontoethmoidal
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Clinical findings including exophthalmos, visual disturbance, and diplopia occur as a result of orbital compression by frontoethmoidal
The role of endonasal surgery in the management of frontoethmoidal
Based on the location, a commonly accepted system classifies encephaloceles as occipital encephalocele and encephalocele of the cranial vault, which represent about 80% of all encephaloceles, and frontoethmoidal
encephalocele and basal encephaloceles, collectively known as nasal encephaloceles .
mucocele with orbital and intracranial extension.
[2,9,12,13] In the reported case lateral rhinotomy approach followed by medial maxillectomy was opted as the mass occupied frontoethmoidal
region as well as the maxillary sinus.
Cephaloceles are defined anatomically according to their location (frontal, parietal, occipital, frontoethmoidal
, etc.)12 .
(3) The skull base cephaloceles are classified into frontoethmoidal
, spheno-orbital, sphenomaxillary, temporal, and nasopharyngeal types.
Osteomas are benign head and neck neoplasms and are usually seen in the frontoethmoidal
A small portion of the mass appeared to extend through and widen the frontoethmoidal
recess on the left.