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Endoscopic Sinus Surgery with Left Orbit Damage
This stock medical exhibit begins with multiple views of the skull (anterior, coronal section, and axial section) showing the normal anatomy of the ethmoidal sinus and orbit. The lower left image shows the intra-operative complication, with damage to the optic nerve and medial rectus muscle which causes bleeding and forces the eye to protrude from the orbit. The lower right image shows the subsequent condition with massive hematoma and increased ocular pressure.