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Technique: Helical CT images were obtained through the facial bones without IV contrast. Coronal and sagittal reformations were made available. Findings: Postsurgical changes seen in along the anterior right maxilla. There is a comminuted fracture of the nasal bone with minimal leftward displacement. Additionally, there is a fracture through the inferior wall of the left orbit without significant displacement. There is a small amount of soft tissue density surrounding the fracture site, likely representing blood products. There is no evidence of muscular entrapment. There is likely a nondisplaced fracture of the left lamina papyracea. There is soft tissue density within the left nasopharynx, likely representing blood products. The globes are intact. The mastoid air cells are clear. No radiopaque foreign bodies are seen. The visualized portions of the brain parenchyma are unremarkable. Impression: 1. Fractures of the left inferior orbital wall, nasal bone, and left lamina papyracea with associated blood products, as above, without evidence of muscle entrapment. 2. Postsurgical changes at the right maxilla.