Harald Essig

4Frank Tavassol
3Daniel Lindhorst
3Martin Ruecker
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OBJECTIVES Reconstruction of large mandiblular defects following ablative oncologic surgery could be done by using vascularized bone transfer or, more often, primarily with simultaneous or delayed bone grafting, using load bearing reconstruction plates. Bending of these reconstruction plates is typically directed along the outer contour of the original(More)
—Injuries of the bony orbit, which contains the eye, not only have aesthetic implications but also impair stereoscopic vision. Different techniques are used for surgical treatment. In this work we will present a tool that allows the reliable segmentation of the reconstructed and the unaffected orbit. For this we present a novel anterior closing that follows(More)
BACKGROUND The aim of orbital wall reconstruction is to reestablish anatomically exact orbital volumes to avoid long-term complications. Navigation could facilitate complex reconstructions. METHODS Quality of the orbital reconstruction (n=94) was measured based on (A) volume changes and (B) on 3D shape deviations compared to the unaffected side. Volume(More)
BACKGROUND Functional and cosmetic defects in the maxillofacial region are caused by various ailments and these defects are addressed according to their need. Simplicity of procedure, intact facial function and esthetic outcome with the least possible donor site morbidity are the minimum requirements of a good reconstruction. Oro-mandibular reconstruction,(More)
BACKGROUND Intraorbital metastases of breast cancer is rare with only 3-10% of all ocular metastases. We report a case of orbital metastases as first sign of systemic metastatic spread in a female patient with breast cancer. METHODS The patient had been diagnosed with breast cancer 3 years before. Her present complain was local pain, diplopia and(More)
OBJECTIVE It is widely known that stress conditioning can protect microcirculation and induce the release of vasoactive factors for a period of several hours. Little, however, is known about the long-term effects of stress conditioning on microcirculation, especially on the microcirculation of the periosteum of the calvaria. For this reason, we used(More)
PURPOSE Objective determination of the orbital volume is important in the diagnostic process and in evaluating the efficacy of medical and/or surgical treatment of orbital diseases. Tools designed to measure orbital volume with computed tomography (CT) often cannot be used with cone beam CT (CBCT) because of inferior tissue representation, although CBCT has(More)
PURPOSE Computer-assisted surgery is used for decision making, treatment, and quality control throughout the reconstruction process of unilateral midface defects. The current approaches exploit the symmetry of the face by mirroring the intact side on the defect side using various segmentation methods. All commercially available implementations, however, are(More)
Orbital and anterior skull base surgery is generally performed close to the prechiasmatic visual pathway, and clear strategies for detecting and handling visual pathway damage are essential. To overcome the common problem of a missed clinical examination because of an uncooperative or unresponsive patient, flash visual evoked potentials and(More)