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Reconstruction of orbitomaxillary defects poses many operative challenges because it requires consideration of cosmetic as well as functional elements: reestablishing facial symmetry while constituting the orbital volume and preserving involved neurovascular structures. The development of...
Reconstruction options after orbital exenteration can be challenging, time-consuming, and require intensive postoperative care. Engineered dermal acellular matrices offer a quick and easy option for wound healing that has proven to be successful in various settings. Specifically, the porcine...
A 59-year-old woman presented with iritis and uveitis in the OD approximately 3 weeks after she underwent a bilateral upper and lower blepharoplasty by an outside oculoplastic specialist. Examination revealed a visual acuity of hand motion in the OD, scleral ulceration suspicious for prior globe...
Orbital fractures are common facial fractures that can be challenging to repair and require careful attention to avoid unacceptable ophthalmic complications. Customized implants that are unique to an individual patient, or patient-specific implants (PSIs), have been increasingly used...
Following COVID-19 infection a rising count of rhino-orbito-cerebral mucormycosis is observed, requiring orbital exenteration, a disabling lifetime affecting surgery. One of the potential interventions for globe salvage in these patients is retrobulbar injections of amphotericin B....
Endoscopic Dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) has become an acceptable alternative to the open approach, with considerable data demonstrating comparable success rates and advantages such as avoiding skin incisions. Drug-eluting bio-absorbable materials are relatively new innovation in...
To analyze the source and quality of oculoplastics-related content on TikTok, a popular social media platform.
Twenty-five oculoplastics-related hashtags were queried. The top 20 videos for each hashtag were included. The number of views, likes, comments, and shares were...
Epinephrine is used in local anesthetics to induce vasoconstriction and thus reduce bleeding and prolong the anesthetic effect. Finding the optimal delay between the administration of the anesthetic and skin incision to ensure vasoconstriction and minimize bleeding is important and has...
Pigmented basal cell carcinomas (PBCC) is an uncommon variant of basal cell carcinoma of the periocular region with limited information in the literature. We highlight the clinicopathological profile and somatic mutations in periocular PBCC.
The clinicopathological features...
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