12] The bulla was found to be the most constant ethmoidal
cell and the key area for approaching either the anterior or the posterior group of air cells.
Postoperative axial and coronal CT showed aeration of the ethmoidal
labyrinth and the significant decrease in proptosis (figure 3).
mucocele in cystic fibrosis: Report of a case.
Computed tomography of the sinuses showed (1) an abnormal soft-tissue process causing expansion of the right maxillary sinus with complete opacification of the right maxillary antrum, (2) widening of the right ostiomeatal complex with mucosal thickening in the right-sided ethmoidal
sinus cells, and (3) no violation of the bony wails separating the sinuses from the orbit or intracranial cavity (figure 1, A and B).
Spontaneous drainage of an ethmoidal
mucocele: A possible cause of pneumosinus dilatans.
We describe a patient with a traumatic anterior ethmoidal
artery bleed who needed to be taken to a tertiary care center 8 hours away for endoscopic ablation, which was not available at our hospital.
The anatomic location of the anterior ethmoidal
artery makes it susceptible to injury during head trauma and therefore should always be considered early on as a source of epistaxis following head trauma.
Head pores minute, but typical of Myrichthys (McCosker 1977); five mandibular, two preopercular, single ethmoidal
+ 3 supraorbital, 4 + 2 infraorbital, three temporal and single interorbital and supratemporal pores; preopercular, temporal, suborbital, postorbital and other series present; single median interorbital and temporal pores; two preopercular pores; four mandibular pores; lateral line pores present, 10 before the gill openings, remainder too difficult to ascertain.
The applied anatomy and the intranasal surgery of the ethmoidal
Hoving EW, Vermaij--Keers C Fronto ethmoidal
encephalocele, a study's of their pathogenesis.
The CT scan showed a ground glass appearance bilaterally in lung parenchyme (Figure 2) and ethmoidal
pT4c: Involvement of maxillofacial, ethmoidal
, and/or frontal sinuses