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Pau, M; Reinbacher, K; Feichtinger, M; Karcher, H; .
Perforating the Polydioxanone Sheet: Avoiding Intraorbital Hematoma After Open Treatment of Orbital Floor Fractures.
J Craniofac Surg. 2012; 23(4):1129-1130
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Feichtinger Matthias
Kärcher Hans
Pau Mauro
Reinbacher Knut
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Abstract:
The surgical treatment of orbital floor fracture, a common facial injury, is not a risk-free procedure. Complications after orbital surgery can include infection, implant migration, mydriasis, epiphora, persistent diplopia, enophthalmos, infraorbital numbness, retrobulbar hemorrhage, and blindness. Blindness has been ascribed to retrobulbar hematoma in almost 50% of cases. In our experience, blood collection above the polydioxanone sheet after the treatment of orbital floor fracture can be caused by the tight adhesion of the sheet to the bony edges of the fracture. Here, we present a simple procedure to avoid this potentially dangerous complication.
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Absorbable Implants -
Diplopia - etiology
Female -
Fracture Fixation, Internal - methods
Hematoma - prevention and control
Humans -
Male -
Orbital Fractures - complications Orbital Fractures - surgery
Polydioxanone - therapeutic use
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Orbital floor fracture
PDS sheet
intraorbital hematoma
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