orbitotomy

orbitotomy

 [or″bĭ-tot´ah-me]
incision into the orbit.

or·bi·tot·o·my

(ōr'bi-tot'ŏ-mē),
Surgical incision into the orbit.
[L. orbita, orbit, + tomē, a cutting]

orbitotomy

/or·bi·tot·o·my/ (or″bĭ-tot´ah-me) incision into the orbit.

orbitotomy

(ôr′bĭ-tŏt′ə-mē)
n.
Surgical incision into the orbit.

or·bi·tot·o·my

(ōr-bi-tot'ŏ-mē)
Surgical incision into the orbit.
[L. orbita, orbit, + tomē, a cutting]

orbitotomy

A surgical opening into the ORBIT.

orbitotomy 

A surgical incision made into the orbit to allow the removal of a tumour or foreign body, to treat a lesion, or to drain an abscess.

orbitotomy

incision into the orbit.
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A Transconjunctival Orbitotomy was done through an incision based in the inferior fornix to decrease chances of a scar.
The tumour was completely removed during the operation where a 'window' was cut through the bone at the outer side of the eye socket, a lateral orbitotomy, leaving the eye intact.
Mass excision by anterior orbitotomy was planned, but due to the attachments of the mass to the superomedial orbit, the brown contents of the cyst were first removed, then the excised cyst wall was sent for histopathologic examination.
Anterior craniofacial resection with a right orbitotomy was recommended.
Biopsy was performed via a lateral orbitotomy approach.
The parasitic cystic nodule was removed during a transpalpebral orbitotomy.
Excision biopsy of the growth via anterior orbitotomy with vertical eyelid split (Bryon Smith) technique was carried out.
Right optic nerve glioma (ONG) was removed through lateral orbitotomy to improve cosmesis of non functional eye.
Orbitotomy for salvage of a visual eye may be considered when diagnostic imaging and cytologic analysis of an orbital mass suggests the presence of a potentially resectable benign primary orbital neoplasm.
A right lateral orbitotomy with exploration with debulking of the temporal fossa and orbital region was performed.