Foreign Body in the Lateral Wall of Ethmoid Sinus: An Unusual Injury Related to Pneumatic Screw Gun
AbstractIntraorbital and periorbital foreign bodies may occur after direct trauma, metallic injuries and occupational accidents. Foreign bodies penetrated into the ethmoid sinus are not common and most cases occur after traumas. We presented a case with a foreign body penetrated into the right ethmoid sinus by pneumatic screw gun, a rarely reported etiology in the literature and we presented treatment approach.
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