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Dynamic 3D computer-assisted reconstruction of metallic retrobulbar foreign body for diagnostic and surgical purposes. Case report: orbital injury with ethmoid bone involvement.


Klapan, Ivica; Šimičić, Ljubimko; Rišavi, Ranko; Bešenski, Nada; Bumber, Željko; Stiglmayer, Neda; Janjanin, Saša
Dynamic 3D computer-assisted reconstruction of metallic retrobulbar foreign body for diagnostic and surgical purposes. Case report: orbital injury with ethmoid bone involvement. // Orbit, 20 (2001), 1; 35-49 (podatak o recenziji nije dostupan, prikaz slučaja, znanstveni)


Naslov
Dynamic 3D computer-assisted reconstruction of metallic retrobulbar foreign body for diagnostic and surgical purposes. Case report: orbital injury with ethmoid bone involvement.

Autori
Klapan, Ivica ; Šimičić, Ljubimko ; Rišavi, Ranko ; Bešenski, Nada ; Bumber, Željko ; Stiglmayer, Neda ; Janjanin, Saša

Izvornik
Orbit (0167-6830) 20 (2001), 1; 35-49

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Radovi u časopisima, prikaz slučaja, znanstveni

Ključne riječi
Endoscopy; retrobulbar foreign body; threedimensional visualization; computer assisted diagnosis; orbital trauma; orbital surgery; functional endoscopic sinus surgery

Sažetak
The main goal of our dynamic 3D computer-assisted reconstruction of a metallic retrobulbar foreign body following orbital injury with ethmoid bone involvement was to use 3D-information obtained from standard computed tomography (CT) data to explore and evaluate the nasal cavity, ethmoidal sinuses, retrobulbar region, and the foreign body itself by simulated dynamic computed visualization of the human head. A foreign body, 10 x 30 mm in size, partially protruded into the posterior ethmoidal cells and partially into the orbit, causing dislocation and compression of the medial rectus muscle and inferior rectus muscle. The other muscles and the optic nerve were intact. Various steps were taken to further the ultimate diagnosis and surgery. Thin CT sections of the nasal cavity, orbit and paranasal sinuses were made on a conventional CT device at a regional medical center, CT scans were transmitted via a computer network to different locations, and special views very similar to those seen on standard endoscopy were created. Special software for 3D modeling, specially designed and modified for 3D C-FESS purposes, was used, as well as a 3D-digitizer connected to the computer and multimedia navigation through the computer during 3D C-FESS. Our approach achieves the visualization of very delicate anatomical structures within the orbit in unconventional (non-standard) sections and angles of viewing, which cannot be obtained by standard endoscopy or 2D CT scanning. Finally, virtual endoscopy (VE) or a 'computed journey' through the anatomical spaces of the paranasal sinuses and orbit substantially improves the 3D C-FESS procedure by simulating the surgical procedure prior to real surgery.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti

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