Traumatic globe luxation: A case report.


:Globe luxation is a rare clinical event. Most of the cases are usually traumatic, although spontaneous globe luxation has also been reported. The majority of the posttraumatic cases are usually associated with the injury or fracture of the bony orbit. We report here a case of globe luxation that occurred per se without any injury to the orbital or maxillo-facial bony structures.


Indian J Ophthalmol


Kumari E,Chakraborty S,Ray B




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    pub_type: 杂志文章


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