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Facial or muscle pain / paralysis / unusual sensations
Region of interest
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1. Fracture of right orbital floor
A displaced fracture of the right orbital floor is present. No pathology is present within the adjacent right maxillary sinus, however. This is likely the source of the patient's symptoms in the right maxillary region.
Sagittal views of right maxillary sinus
These sagittal cross sectional images demonstrate the displaced fracture on the floor of the orbit, as well as the normal appearance of the right maxillary sinus.
Sagittal views of left maxillary sinus
These sagittal cross sectional images demonstrate the normal appearance of the left maxillary sinus, as well as the absence of any pathology on the left orbital floor.
Coronal views of maxilla
These coronal cross sectional images demonstrate the displaced fracture that is present on the floor of the right orbit. No pathology is present in the nasal cavity. Both maxillary sinuses are clear.
Normal maxillary dentition
The maxillary dentition appears normal radiographically. No signs of endodontic or periradicular pathology are present. No signs of fracture are present in the dentition.