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Ocular Muscle Injury During Ethmoid Sinus Removal

SKU: C06012

This exhibit shows the normal versus post-operative condition of the ethmoid sinuses, as well as the two surgical steps during which injuries occurred. The pre-operative condition presents normal anatomy of the ethmoid sinuses and ocular muscles. During an ethmoid sinus removal surgery, there was a breach of the right orbital wall transecting the right medial rectus and inferior rectus muscles. The post-op condition shows the resulting damages. The transected medial rectus muscle herniates through the right orbital wall breech, the inferior rectus muscle is injured, there is a hematoma around the site of injury, and the right eye now drifts outwards.

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