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The Silent Sinus Syndrome: A Collaborative Approach between Rhinologists and Oculoplastics- Case Report and Literature Review

The Silent Sinus Syndrome (SSS) is a rare phenomenon originally described in 1964 by Montgomery, which often occurs unilaterally in the maxillary sinus with opacification and collapse. It is characterized by ipsilateral enophthalmos and hypoglobus or mistakenly as an exophthalmos of the contralateral eye.

Citation:

Najaf F, AlTerki A, Al-Buluoshi A (2014) The Silent Sinus Syndrome: A Collaborative Approach between Rhinologists and Oculoplastics- Case Report and Literature Review. Otolaryngol (Sunnyvale) 4:179.

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