Frontal bone fracture- A case report in 28 years old male patient
Author(s): Chanchal Rana
Abstract: Frontal bone fractures offer significant challenges to surgeons and the treatment paradigm has been debated for many years. Acute concerns include protection of intracranial structures, identification of associated injuries and control of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leakage. We reported a case of frontal bone in 28 years old male patient managed with stainless steel wire.
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