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Figure 2: Transorbital neuroendoscopic surgery approach. (a) (>) Dissection of fracture fragment from inferior orbital periosteum and superior dural attachments. (*) The dural defect (tear) through which the basifrontal cortex with contusion can be visualized. (b) (>) Removal of the fracture fragment. (c and d) Visualizing the bony defect and the (*) dural defect. Note that all the margins of the bony defect are visualized except the medial margin

Figure 2: Transorbital neuroendoscopic surgery approach. (a) (>) Dissection of fracture fragment from inferior orbital periosteum and superior dural attachments. (*) The dural defect (tear) through which the basifrontal cortex with contusion can be visualized. (b) (>) Removal of the fracture fragment. (c and d) Visualizing the bony defect and the (*) dural defect. Note that all the margins of the bony defect are visualized except the medial margin