Heads of 10 native Egyptian goats were used for studying the anatomical features of the frontal and maxillary sinuses, both grossly and by using computed tomographic (CT) imaging. The anatomical features of each sinus, its extent, its divisions, communication between its compartments, its connection with the nasal cavity, and their relation to the adjacent structures and other para-nasal sinuses were studied grossly and by CT. An increase in the thickness and radiopacity of the bones on caudal aspect were observed, that might be for protection to the brain and eyes. The study brings to light the importance of CT scan in viewing the detailed features of the frontal and maxillary para-nasal sinuses, accounting that, unlike gross anatomy, CT is done for live individuals and pre-surgically.
Key words: Anatomy, CT, Frontal, Goat, Maxillary sinus.