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Orbital Fractures

  • Adam J. Cohen
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Abstract

Orbital fractures commonly involve the floor but can occur in combination with other orbital and craniofacial bones. Ultimately the management of fractures depends on the clinical circumstances and the need to preserve physiologic function and aesthetic appearance of the injured area.

Keywords

Orbital fractures Traumatic optic neuropathy Orbital compartment syndrome Enophthalmos Blowout fracture 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Adam J. Cohen
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  1. 1.Eyelid & Facial Plastic and Reconstructive SurgeryChicago and GlenviewUSA

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