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Depressed Frontal, Orbital and Maxillary Fractures with Full Facial Flap Fixation Surgery
Depressed Frontal, Orbital and Maxillary Fractures with Full Facial Flap Fixation Surgery

This stock medical exhibit depicts a male patient with multiple facial fractures and surgical fixation. On the left is a large anterior image of the skull showing the fractures of the right frontal bone, nasal bone, and orbit, and the fractures of the bilateral maxillary sinuses. On the right are four steps of the subsequent surgical repair, including the coronal incision, removal of clot and debris, fixation of the frontal bone fracture, and reduction of the nasal bone fracture.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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