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Post Enucleation Orbital Implants

  • C. Umadevi
  • Bipasha MukherjeeEmail author
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Abstract

Enucleation is indicated in unsalvageable intraocular tumors. Primary implant of adequate size should be considered to prevent socket contracture in children. Meticulous surgery, proper implant selection, optimal volume replacement, custom made prostheses, and periodic examination is needed to achieve an excellent cosmetic appearance in a growing child. Numerous research and innovations are ongoing in anophthalmic socket surgery with regard to novel biomaterials and design to improve outcome. Multidisciplinary team work with oncologist, oculoplasty surgeon, ocularist, ocular geneticist and psychologist are needed to achieve an aesthetically pleasing result in these children.

Keywords

Orbital implant Porous implant Non-porous implant Dermis fat graft Prosthesis 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Orbit, Oculoplasty, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Services, Medical Research Foundation, Sankara NethralayaChennaiIndia

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