Radiology of postoperative period in patients with orbital trauma

Purpose: To assess the possibilities of radiology diagnostics in patients with orbital trauma in postoperative period. Materials and methods: From 2015 to 2018 years in the clinic of Sechenov University 72 patients (100%) with traumatic injuries were examined. All patients (n = 72, 100%) were diagnosed with orbital trauma. After the admission all patients (n = 72, 100%) underwent multispiral computed tomography (MSCT) before and after the operation using Toshiba Aquilion One 640 modality, volume mode, slice thickness - 0.5 mm, bone and soft tissue reconstruction. Results: According to MSCT data in postoperative period with orbital volumes were reconstructed and symmetrical compared to the other side in 48 patients (64%). In 24 cases (33%) orbital volumes weren't reconstructed with remaining prolapse of orbital soft tissue structures in the maxillary sinus through the inferior orbital wall defect. Insufficient implantation of the inferior orbital wall prosthesis occurred in 7 patients (10%). Conclusion: MSCT is a method of choice in examining the patients with injuries of the midface. Computed tomography allows detailed determination of performed surgical treatment, to reveal the risk of postoperative complications and assess the dynamic of a patient in late periods. © 2018 Russian Electronic Journal of Radiology.All right reserved.

Authors
Pavlova O.Yu.1 , Serova N.S.1 , Davydov D.V. 2 , Shilova M.V.1
Publisher
Russian Electronic Journal of Radiology
Number of issue
3
Language
Russian
Pages
149-154
Status
Published
Volume
8
Year
2018
Organizations
  • 1 I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University), Moscow, Russian Federation
  • 2 Peoples' Friendship University of Russia, Moscow, Russian Federation
Keywords
MSCT; Orbital trauma; Preoperative planning; Soft tissue injury of the orbit
Date of creation
04.02.2019
Date of change
04.02.2019
Short link
https://repository.rudn.ru/en/records/article/record/36439/
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