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Intra-operative Injury of the Cribriform Plate with Dural Leak - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Intra-operative Injury of the Cribriform Plate with Dural Leak
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Intra-operative Injury of the Cribriform Plate with Dural Leak - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical illustration features an intra-operative injury of the cribriform plate during the removal of the ethmoid sinuses. An coronal section (frontal cutaway view) and a sagittal section (side cutaway view) of the skull provide an orientation of the cribriform plate and ethmoid sinuses. A post-operative condition indicates cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) leaking out into the nasal passages through defects in the cribriform and dura.

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