Cervicofacial Air Emphysema: A Rare Complication of isolated maxillary sinus wall fracture
Cervicofacial emphysema is rarely observed and has been reported in relation to dental surgical procedures, sequelae of surgical intervention in the upper aerodigestive tract, or orofacial trauma. This paper reports a case of cervicofacial emphysema developed with an isolated maxillary sinus wall fracture following a motor traffic accident in a 35 year old female.
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