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Hydroxyapatite-based frontal sinus obliteration

      Despite advances in endoscopic sinus surgery, indications for frontal sinus obliteration continue to exist. Hydroxyapatite cement obliteration offers the benefit of cosmetic restoration of the forehead in addition to obliteration of the sinus. Our technique for hydroxyapatite frontal sinus obliteration is detailed here.

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