Osteoplastic frontal sinustomy with fat obliteration
Osteoplastic frontal sinusotomy begins most commonly with a coronal scalp incision to enter the frontal sinus. Next, an incision into the anterior bony wall of the frontal sinus is performed and the sinus is entered while preserving the periosteal blood supply the bone. It is a less widely used surgical technique today.
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