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Delayed orbital haemorrhage with possible infectious aetiology after silicone implantation.

@article{Chan2009DelayedOH,
  title={Delayed orbital haemorrhage with possible infectious aetiology after silicone implantation.},
  author={C. H. Chan and S. Shen and L. Seah},
  journal={Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore},
  year={2009},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={
          271-3
        }
}
Dear Editor, The principles of exploration and repair of orbital floor fractures are to restore the anatomical structure of the orbital wall to its original state (as much as possible), functional capabilities of the extraocular muscles and useful binocular single vision. Various materials have been used in the repair of such fractures, including autogenous (cartilage, bone) and alloplastic (e.g. Teflon®, Supramid®, silicone, titanium) implants. Delayed orbital haemorrhage following the use of… Expand

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