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8/4/20
Revision of Cranio-orbital Surgery with Titanium Alloplastic Implant - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Revision of Cranio-orbital Surgery with Titanium Alloplastic Implant - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
This medical exhibit illustrates the key steps of the revision of cranio - orbital surgery. The following images illustrate the open exposure of the orbital floor, the removal of the previously place Silastic implant, the placement of a new orbital floor recontruction plate and the placement of additional Titanium mesh to reinforce the medial orbit.

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