Type A lymphomatoid papulosis presenting as an eyelid ulcer in a young man

Juan Carlos Sánchez España & Roberto Secondi

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Sino-orbital desmoid tumor in a pediatric patient – Case report with review of literature

Mariel Angelou Parulan, Gangadhara Sundar, Yew Kwang Ong, Tseng Tsai Yeo, Victor Lee & Miriam Santiago Kimpo

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Odontogenic choristoma presenting as dermolipoma

Clara J. Men, Frances Wu, Bradford W. Lee, Jonathan H. Lin, Bobby S. Korn & Don O. Kikkawa

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Self-insertion of foreign bodies into the orbit and periocular tissue

Levi N. Kanu, Catherine Y. Liu, Daniel J. Oh, Peter W. MacIntosh & Pete Setabutr

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Punctal and peri-punctal involvement in Urbach-Wiethe syndrome: case report and review of literature

Mohammad Javed Ali, Dilip Kumar Mishra & Milind N. Naik

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Paraneoplastic syndrome – a rare but treatable cause of non-thyroid-related extraocular muscle enlargement

S. Kumar & T. Diamond

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Primary replacement for the management of exposed orbital implant

David S. Curragh, Srikandan Kamalarajah, Brendan Lacey, Stephen T. White, Alan A. McNab, George Kalantzis, Peter J. Dolman, Dinesh Selva & Saul N. Rajak

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Purpose: We present a series of primary orbital implant replacement for cases of implant exposure to describe our experience of this one-staged surgical approach.

 

Methods: This study reports on a one-stage technique which involved the removal of the exposed implant or dermis fat graft (DFG) and insertion of a secondary (replacement) in the same procedure, with a variety of materials, including autologous tissue. Re-exposure in a socket where a DFG was placed was defined as a new defect in the newly epithelialized conjunctiva or dehiscence of the dermis-conjunctiva junction. All cases of primary replacement for the management of exposed orbital implant, porous and non-porous, were included, even when there were clinical signs suggestive of infection. The primary outcome was the rate of re-exposure, requiring additional surgical procedures. Infection following primary replacement was a secondary outcome.

 

Results: Seventy-eight patients had primary replacement for the management of an exposed orbital implant. 6.4% had re-exposure at a mean follow-up of 49.7 months (9.1% for ball implants and 4.5% for DFG). The rate of exposure was higher in those with prior signs of infection than those without (8% vs. 3.6%). Re-exposure occurred in 4.5% of cases with DFG implantation, 4.3% of cases with non-porous implants and in 20% of cases with porous implants.

 

Conclusion: Primary replacement for management of exposed orbital implant, porous and non-porous, has a high rate of successful outcome even in cases with presumed or confirmed infection.

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Endoscopic versus external dacryocystorhinostomy: temporal and regional trends in the United States Medicare population

Rijul S. Kshirsagar, Priscilla Q. Vu & Jonathan Liang

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New method to analyze sagittal images of upper eyelid obtained by anterior segment optical coherence tomography

Xiaodong Zheng, Tomoko Goto, Atsushi Shiraishi & Yumi Nakaoka

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Color Doppler imaging in thyroid eye disease and its correlation to disease activity

Mansooreh Jamshidian-Tehrani, Amin Nabavi, Abolfazl Kasaee, Narges Hasanpoor, Eahsan Elhami, Shervin Sharif-Kashani, Ahamd Masoumi, M. Hossein Nowroozzadeh & Ali Sadeghi-Tari

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