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Frontal Bone Osteoma (External)

Painless, slowly-growing bony mass above the lateral edge of the left eyebrow.
Axial CT scan imaging shows a round homogeneous growth of the frontal bone (osteoma).
The bicoronal bifrontal scalp flap has been reflected inferiorly over the nose and eyes.  
One week Post-Op 
Pre-Op picture.
The incision line is placed about 3-4 cm behind the hairline.
The osteoma was shaved with a power drill and the bone smoothed down.
Lateral view of the bicoronal flap and frontal 
osteoma
Otolaryngology Houston

Bechara Y. Ghorayeb, MD
OTOLARYNGOLOGY - HEAD & NECK SURGERY
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