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Published in Medical journal, Armed Forces India Sanjay P. Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. DOI: Hence orbital complications of paediatric rhinosinusitis are usually unilateral at presentation. METHODS We describe three children with bilateral orbital cellulitis that occurred as a complication of rhinosinusitis without intracranial spread of the infection.
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Subperiostial orbital abscess and apex syndrome as a complication after a mandibular molar extraction. ISSN Introduction: Infection dissemination from mandibular teeth to the orbit and adjacent structures is infrequent, but nevertheless serious, as they may cause severe problems, including vision loss. Aim: The purpose of this study is to present a rare and interesting case of such a dissemination, to discuss the possible routes of infection propagation, and to alert the different specialists involved on the possible complications after dental extractions, such as visual loss.