Sinus Fracture

Signs and symptoms of a sinus fracture vary according to the affected sinus. According to the sinus involved in fracture, the adjacent anatomical structures such as cheek, orbit, the forehead can also be injured. Nasal sinuses tend to sustain a fracture because of the thin bone lining. Ethmoid and maxillary sinus fracture does not need repair, whereas frontal sinus fracture requires intervention.

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How can linear fracture of frontal sinus with hemorrhagic collection be treated?

Query: Hello doctor, I am a male, 33 years old, RTA- linear fracture of left frontal sinus, hemorrhagic collection. After 10 days, there is pain while eating in the left eyebrow. Please prescribe medication and conservation.  Read Full »


Dr. Gerry Mike Palisoc

Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. I have read your concern. Let me go over your CT report (attachment removed to protect patient identity) to make sure I do not miss a thing and will get back to you in a moment.   Read Full »

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