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Pneumosinus dilatans frontalis: A case report

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December 1, 2005
by Giacomo De Riu, MD; Alessandro Bay, MD; Antonio Tullio, MD
Deformity of the forehead is usually the first clinical presentation of the abnormally large frontal sinus caused by pneumosinus dilatans. We report the diagnosis and surgical treatment of a case. The type of osteotomy we describe is recommended as a method of surgical treatment for this condition when the aesthetic problem is the major complaint.

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