1 In a midline drainage procedure, a 45° endoscope, ball probes, and a Kuhn-Bolger frontal sinus curette are helpful.
Fig. 14.39 An axial CT scan after an external decompression showing poor decompression, in part due to limited posterior access.
2 A long-shanked drill with a coarse diamond burr helps in reducing the "beak" of the frontal bone.
3 Image-guided instrumentation.
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