CT-Based Morphological Analysis of Isolated Inferior and Medial Blow-out Orbital Fractures in Korean Adults.

Published on Oct 5, 2015in Orbit
· DOI :10.3109/01676830.2015.1078363
Ji Eun Lee3
Estimated H-index: 3
(Kosin University),
Jung Joo Lee1
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+ 4 AuthorsSang Joon Lee11
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(Kosin University)
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AbstractPurpose: To evaluate morphologic differences in isolated inferior medial orbital wall fractures (OWF) based on computed tomography scans.Methods: This was a retrospective observational case study of 22 patients with an isolated inferior OWF and 32 patients with an isolated medial fracture between January 2008 and August 2010. We analyzed patient demographics and bony radiologic characteristics on CT scans, including the length and height of the lamina papyracea, the number of ethmoid air cell septa, the length of the anterior and posterior border of the orbital floor, the thickness of the orbital floor maxillary bone, and the axial length of the eyeball.Results: There were no significant differences in sex, laterality, or concomitant intraocular injury between the two groups. The anteroposterior length (p = 0.391), the number of ethmoid septa (p = 0.869), and the thickness of the orbital floor (p = 0.419) did not differ significantly. The anterior (p < 0.001) or posterior (p = 0.014) height of the...
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