• Two juvenile patients, ages 5 and 8, had traumatic fractures of the frontal sinus that included involvement of the nasal-frontal ducts and posterior tables. Principles of management are discussed and the techniques for the operative procedures described. While rare in occurrence in children, it is felt that traumatic involvement of the nasal-frontal ducts or posterior tables of the frontal sinus requires an osteoplastic flap—fat obliteration of the frontal sinus cavity in order to preclude subsequent mucocele development or mucosal ingrowth into the anterior fossa.
(Arch Otolaryngol 103:241-244, 1977)
Weber SC, Cohn AM. Fracture of the Frontal Sinus in Children. Arch Otolaryngol. 1977;103(4):241–244. doi:10.1001/archotol.1977.00780210097014
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