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The skin of the lateral nasal wall is innervated by the external nasal branch of the infraorbital nerve, which exits its foramen just medial to the midpupillary line.
However, we found no evidence of frank orbital invasion or compression of the infraorbital nerve.
The infraorbital nerve is a direct extension of the maxillary division of the Vth cranial nerve.