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Figure 3: Surgical evacuation of the SGH/OSPH. (a) Stab wounds in the scalp to deliver the SGH, and sub-brow incisions to evacuate the OSPH. The two haematoma are seen to be clotted blood, would not be deliverable in the orbital subperiosteal space with mere needle aspiration. (b) The right sub-brow incision was extended downward for a frontoethmoidectomy to deliver the associated clots in the frontal sinus

Figure 3: Surgical evacuation of the SGH/OSPH. (a) Stab wounds in the scalp to deliver the SGH, and sub-brow incisions to evacuate the OSPH. The two haematoma are seen to be clotted blood, would not be deliverable in the orbital subperiosteal space with mere needle aspiration. (b) The right sub-brow incision was extended downward for a frontoethmoidectomy to deliver the associated clots in the frontal sinus