Implant Retained Orbital Prosthesis – Case Report/ Implantatno retinirana orbitalna proteza – prikaz slučaja

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SUMMARY

Orbital defects after tumor resection (exenteration of orbital content) have been traditionally reconstructed with adhesive-retained craniofacial prostheses, also known as epistheses. The breakthrough in rehabilitation of facial defects with implant-retained prostheses has come with development of modern silicones (vynilpolysiloxane) and bone anchorage called osseointegration. Craniofacial implant technology offers improved reconstructive options to patients. This paper describes therapeutical procedure on a patient who received craniofacial implant-retained orbital prosthesis after orbital exenteration. The patient reported excellent prosthesis handling and stability

KRATAK SADRŽAJ

Orbitalna oštećenja nastala resekcijom tumora (egzenteracija sadržaja orbite) se uglavnom rekonstruišu kraniofacijalnim protezama pričvršćenim adhezivima koji se nazivaju i epitezama. Izuzetne mogućnosti u rehabilitaciji defekata lica sa implantatno retiniranim protezama nastale su razvojem savremenih silikona (vinilpolisiloksana) i oseointegracijom implantata. Kraniofacijalna implantatna tehnologija danas pruža široke i poboljšane rekonstruktivne mogućnosti. U ovom radu je opisana terapijska procedura na pacijentu sa defektom orbite gde je izrađena implantatno retinirana orbitalna proteza. Pacijent je posle završene terapije bio zadovoljan zbog jednostavnog rukovanja i izuzetne stabilnosti proteze.

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