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any small compartment

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There was no overriding ethmoid air cell in any Onodi cell-negative specimen.
As a result, the ethmoid air cells are rarely limited to the lateral ethmoid masses; they often extend into the turbinates, crista galli and the neighbouring frontal, maxillary, sphenoid and palate bones.
A computed tomography scan showed extension of the nasal mass into the right-sided ethmoid air cells, through the anterior table of the frontal sinus and into the soft tissue without brain or lymph node metastases.
Rennels described as a "poor engineering feature," only a very thin layer of bone--the lamina papyracea, or paper lamina--separates the ethmoid air cells from the posterior orbit.
Mass was removed in toto and complete exenteration of all ethmoid air cells were done.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) demonstrated a contrast-enhancing mass within the anterior ethmoid air cells on the left, with a small amount of intracranial extension through the cribriform plate (figure 2).
Superiorly it was involving the ethmoid air cells and was closely adherent to dura; however no dural breach was noted.