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Figure 1: (a) Computerized tomography scan image of case 1 on admission showing sinusitis with gross DNS to right with orbital abscess (air fluid level with hypodense opacity) displacing the eyeball downwards and outward. Intracranial air shadow seen in the left frontal region indicating pneumocephalus (up white arrow) and (b) orbital cellulitis with extra periosteal abscess displacing the eye ball anterior and laterally (white arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Computerized tomography scan image of case 1 on admission showing sinusitis with gross DNS to right with orbital abscess (air fluid level with hypodense opacity) displacing the eyeball downwards and outward. Intracranial air shadow seen in the left frontal region indicating <i>pneumocephalus</i> (up white arrow) and (b) orbital cellulitis with extra periosteal abscess displacing the eye ball anterior and laterally (white arrow)