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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.
CT scan of the paranasal sinuses showed polypoid mucoperiosteal thickening of the left ethmoid air cells.
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.