orbital implant

or·bi·tal im·plant

the glass, plastic, or metal device placed in the muscle cone after enucleation of an eye.
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Integrated implants segment is further sub-segmented into hydroxyapatite, porous polyethylene, bioceramic, conical orbital implant, and, others.
[USPRwire, Tue Mar 19 2019] An artificial eye is usually attached to the anterior of the orbital implant for cosmetic purposes.
After complete gross tumor resection, the inferior orbital floor was reconstructed with a 3-D printed, customized orbital implant and temporalis myofascial flap.
Orbital implant alone will not compensate for the entire socket volume thus resulting in migration and expulsion [4].
We suggest that DFG could be used routinely as primary orbital implant. The outcome in motility, prosthesis fitting, cosmetic appearance and patient satisfaction are encouraging.
Left globe enucleation and hydroxyapatite orbital implant implantation was performed on Febuary 7, 2013.
Once the orbital soft tissues are repositioned, an orbital implant or mesh is placed to completely cover the orbital bony defect, and prevent any malpositioning of the soft tissue and to restore the native bony orbital anatomic volume.
Olivia already had an orbital implant (plastic eyeball) fitted and so the priority was to have an ocularist create an artificial eye -- like a large contact lens -- to sit on the eyeball, and then for the eyes to move together as naturally as possible.
The functions of an orbital implant are--to seal off the antral cavity from the orbit, to provide a physiologically acceptable and physically inert smooth surface, which will not form adhesions to restore the contour and dimensions of the orbit and to provide some indirect support for the globe.
One orbital implant (25 %) was larger then needed, determining exoftalmia.
Patients who have had placement of an orbital prosthesis called a hollow silicone orbital implant should not be exposed to changing ambient pressures.
The autogenous dermis-fat orbital implant in children.