Extrusão dos implantes em portadores de cavidade anoftálmica
Título alternativoAnophthalmic cavity and implant extrusion
Data de publicação2007-09-01
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Purpose: To evaluate the characteristics of patients with anophthalmic cavity who developed sphere extrusion. Methods: A retrospective observational study was done evaluating 37 patients with anophthalmic cavity and sphere extrusion at the Faculdade de Medicina de Botucatu-UNESP. Results: Extrusion was observed in enucleated and eviscerated cavities. The majority of the patients had the eye removed because of phthisis bulbi or trauma and the extrusion happened 1 or 2 years after the surgery. Extrusion was preceded by conjunctival dehiscence and exposure of the sphere and occurred with all used implants. Conclusion: Complications after orbital implant placement are a possibility. Dehiscence and sphere extrusion may happen and another surgery would be necessary. The patient and the ophthalmologist have to be prepared for this.
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