Internal fixation in trapdoor-type orbital blowout fracture.

  • Jin Sik Burm
  • Published 2005 in Plastic and reconstructive surgery


BACKGROUND The most common orbital blowout fracture is a trapdoor type. In many cases of trapdoor fracture, the bony segment has a stable hinge consisting of a greenstick fracture and the sinus mucoperiosteum that is attached to the intact orbital wall. If the displaced bony segment opposite the hinge is reduced into the original position and fixed on the… (More)


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