PURE BLOW OUT OBITARY FRACTURE: SURGICAL TITANIUM SCREEN TREATMEN, A CASE REPORT

Gardene Paiva Magalhães, Matheus de Carvalho Urquiza, Antonio Henrique Borges Ferro

Resumo


Orbital blow-out fractures are classified as pure blow out, which are isolated fractures  of  the  orbital  floor,  and  impure,  which  are  orbital  arch  fractures, observed  in  facial  trauma.  Goal:  To  present  a  case  report  of  pure  blow  out orbital fracture surgically treated with titanium mesh. Case report: A 23-year- old  male  patient  with  facial  trauma  sought  the  Bucomaxilofacial  Sugery  and Traumatology  service  of  the  Teresina  Emergency  Hospital,  presenting  facial asymmetry,  edema,  oeriorbital  bruising  and  loss  of  right  are  projection. Tomography showed isolated fracture of the right orbital exposure, bone defect location, titanium mesh adaptation, tissue rest and suture. Conclusion: Thus, the treatment of these fractures should be individualized, with titanium mesh being an excelente option for this treatment.

Descriptors: Orbital fractures; Orbit; Facial asymmetry. 


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Fraturas orbitárias. Órbita. Assimetria facial.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.35169/for.v2i3.73

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