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Facial CT Dictation

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Indication: Facial injury.

Technique: A facial CT was performed utilizing contiguous 3 mm axial images with reformats in the coronal and sagittal planes. No intravenous contrast was administered.

Comparison: [x]

Findings: The paranasal sinuses are well-developed and aerated. There is no mucosal disease or air-fluid level. The cribriform plate appears intact. The nasal septum is not deviated. No osseous lesion or fracture is visualized.

Impression: Normal facial CT.


Written by lmwong

April 9, 2008 at 10:59 am

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