distance between the frontozygomatic
suture and the base of the metoptic canal,
In the later, the approach is either done intraorally or extra orally depending upon the type and site of fracture and fixation technique.4 The most popular approach for buttress fixation is Keen's approach and for frontozygomatic
suture area is lateral eyebrow approach.
To achieve good results with the Mustarde technique, the flap should be prepared to form a high arch in the temporal region, a composite septal graft should be performed, and the flap should be fixed to the frontozygomatic
area with suspension sutures.
A bur hole was subsequently drilled on the key point (frontozygomatic
Coronal images were slightly better because of thicker axial slices obtained because of which fractures of the frontozygomatic
suture were not identified.
In the current study, epidermoid cysts had a comparable behavior, where 2 cases were related to frontozygomatic
suture with hourglass configuration, while the rest of cases were either juxtasutural or confined to soft tissue.
Most dermoids and epidermoids present in the childhood and teen years as a slow growing, painless, subcutaneous mass near the superotemporal orbit and frontozygomatic
suture [49, 57].
In this study, the parameters studied were distance between the SOF or SON and the nasal midline, distance between the SOF or SON and the frontozygomatic
At the pes anserinus (parotid plexus), the facial nerve typically divides into two main trunks: the frontozygomatic
trunk and the cervicofacial trunk.
Orbitozygomatic fractures were exposed using incisions in the gingivobuccal sulcus, subtarsal approachs to the lower eyelid and through a lateral extension of the supratarsal fold in the frontozygomatic