Published in Hospital Business Week, July 22nd, 2007
Study 1: Data detailed in "Closed treatment of frontal sinus fracture with percutaneous screw reduction" have been presented. According to recent research published in the Journal of Craniofacial Surgery, "Fractures of the frontal sinus are a relatively common injury presenting to trauma units that deal with craniofacial injuries. Approximately one third of frontal sinus fractures affect the anterior wall alone, with two thirds involving the anterior wall, posterior wall, or frontonasal duct."
"Isolated posterior wall defects are exceedingly rare. Frontal sinus fracture management is...
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