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Figure 2 (a) The temporal fascia dissection and its elevation with the scalp flap; to avoid injury to the frontal facial nerve, we must leave a short cuff of the fascia at the insertion in the frontal bone for approximation during anatomical closure. (b) Part of the lateral and superior orbital rim and the zygoma arch before elevation of the temporal muscle [12].

Figure 2 (a) The temporal fascia dissection and its elevation with the scalp flap; to avoid injury to the frontal facial nerve, we must leave a short cuff of the fascia at the insertion in the frontal bone for approximation during anatomical closure. (b) Part of the lateral and superior orbital rim and the zygoma arch before elevation of the temporal muscle [12].