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Figure 2: Surgical stills of left endoscopic orbital decompression. (a)-completed ethmoidectomy with extirpation of the ethmoid (E) and maxillary sinuses (M) and removal of medial and part of inferior orbital walls to expose the orbital periosteum (OP). The middle turbinate (MT) is seen in the medial part of the surgical field. (b)-Slitting of the orbital periosteum with resultant prolapse of the orbital fat (OF)

Figure 2: Surgical stills of left endoscopic orbital decompression. (a)-completed ethmoidectomy with extirpation of the ethmoid (E) and maxillary sinuses (M) and removal of medial and part of inferior orbital walls to expose the orbital periosteum (OP). The middle turbinate (MT) is seen in the medial part of the surgical field. (b)-Slitting of the orbital periosteum with resultant prolapse of the orbital fat (OF)