Use of temporalis fascia for exposed hydroxyapatite orbital implants.

Abstract

The hydroxyapatite implant (Bio-Eye, Intergrated Orbital Implant, Inc., San Diego, CA, U.S.A.) has gained increasing popularity as an orbital implant in recent years. Several complications may occur, including infection, exposure, extrusion, and various peg problems. Exposure of the implant appears to be the most common complication, ranging up to 21.6… (More)

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@article{Pelletier1998UseOT, title={Use of temporalis fascia for exposed hydroxyapatite orbital implants.}, author={Christopher Pelletier and Denis Jordan and Steven M Gilberg}, journal={Ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgery}, year={1998}, volume={14 3}, pages={198-203} }