Progressive blindness caused by an unusual sphenoid sinus dehiscence

September 18, 2013
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Imaging Clinic

The optic nerve and other important structures in the anterior skull base can be involved in chronic sphenoidal sinus disease.

The optic nerve and other important structures in the anterior skull base can be involved in chronic sphenoidal sinus disease.1,2 An unusual bony anomaly of the sphenoid sinus in the case presented here led to blindness.3,4

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