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Technical Note on Three- and Four-Wall Orbital Reconstructions With Patient-Specific Implants. / Sabelis, Juliana F.; Youssef, Stephen A. L. Y.; Hoefnagels, Friso W. A.; Becking, Alfred G.; Schreurs, Ruud; Dubois, Leander.

In: Journal of craniofacial surgery, Vol. 33, No. 4, 01.06.2022, p. 991-996.

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@article{349d356cbf2445268e0c9c2406791649,
title = "Technical Note on Three- and Four-Wall Orbital Reconstructions With Patient-Specific Implants",
abstract = "AbstractOrbital reconstruction is one of the most complex procedures in maxillofacial surgery. It becomes even more complex when all references to the original anatomy are lost. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of techniques for complex three- and four-wall orbital reconstructions. Preoperative virtual surgical planning is essential when considering different reconstruction possibilities. The considerations that may lead to different approaches are described, and the advantages and drawbacks of each technique are evaluated. It is recommended to reconstruct solitary three-wall or four-wall orbital defects with multiple patientspecific implants. Optimizations of this treatment protocol are suggested, and their effects on predictability are demonstrated in a case presentation of a four-wall defect reconstruction with multiple patient-specific implants.",
keywords = "Computer-assisted surgery, four-wall defects, navigation, orbital reconstruction, patient-specific implants",
author = "Sabelis, {Juliana F.} and Youssef, {Stephen A. L. Y.} and Hoefnagels, {Friso W. A.} and Becking, {Alfred G.} and Ruud Schreurs and Leander Dubois",
note = "Funding Information: Funding for this research was received by KLS Martin and Brainlab AG. None of the funding parties had any involvement in the contents or decision to submit the manuscript. Publisher Copyright: {\textcopyright} 2022 Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. All rights reserved.",
year = "2022",
month = jun,
day = "1",
doi = "10.1097/SCS.0000000000008303",
language = "English",
volume = "33",
pages = "991--996",
journal = "Journal of craniofacial surgery",
issn = "1049-2275",
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AU - Youssef, Stephen A. L. Y.

AU - Hoefnagels, Friso W. A.

AU - Becking, Alfred G.

AU - Schreurs, Ruud

AU - Dubois, Leander

N1 - Funding Information: Funding for this research was received by KLS Martin and Brainlab AG. None of the funding parties had any involvement in the contents or decision to submit the manuscript. Publisher Copyright: © 2022 Lippincott Williams and Wilkins. All rights reserved.

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Y1 - 2022/6/1

N2 - AbstractOrbital reconstruction is one of the most complex procedures in maxillofacial surgery. It becomes even more complex when all references to the original anatomy are lost. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of techniques for complex three- and four-wall orbital reconstructions. Preoperative virtual surgical planning is essential when considering different reconstruction possibilities. The considerations that may lead to different approaches are described, and the advantages and drawbacks of each technique are evaluated. It is recommended to reconstruct solitary three-wall or four-wall orbital defects with multiple patientspecific implants. Optimizations of this treatment protocol are suggested, and their effects on predictability are demonstrated in a case presentation of a four-wall defect reconstruction with multiple patient-specific implants.

AB - AbstractOrbital reconstruction is one of the most complex procedures in maxillofacial surgery. It becomes even more complex when all references to the original anatomy are lost. The purpose of this article is to provide an overview of techniques for complex three- and four-wall orbital reconstructions. Preoperative virtual surgical planning is essential when considering different reconstruction possibilities. The considerations that may lead to different approaches are described, and the advantages and drawbacks of each technique are evaluated. It is recommended to reconstruct solitary three-wall or four-wall orbital defects with multiple patientspecific implants. Optimizations of this treatment protocol are suggested, and their effects on predictability are demonstrated in a case presentation of a four-wall defect reconstruction with multiple patient-specific implants.

KW - Computer-assisted surgery

KW - four-wall defects

KW - navigation

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