A CLINICAL STUDY OF ORBITAL INJURIES

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Anjana Christ, K.Mohan Raj, M. Balakrishnan

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The present study reveals that road traffic accidents, especially motor cycle crashes and  interpersonal  violence are the leading causes of orbital injuries seen  most  commonly in the young males between the age group  of  20  to 40 years. Periorbital oedema and subconjunctival hemorrhage constitute the most common eyeball injury seen in orbital fractures. In the study, lateral wall and floor were commonly associated in orbital fractures. The high incidence of lateral wall fractures in  the  present  study  is due to the fact that our hospital is situated near a motor highway and 78 % of patients were involved in road traffic accidents.

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K.Mohan Raj, M. Balakrishnan, A. C. (2021). A CLINICAL STUDY OF ORBITAL INJURIES. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 2217 - 2236. Retrieved from http://annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/345
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