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Repair of Orbital Fractures

An orbital fracture consists of a fracture of the bones of the eye socket. This may involve the orbital floor, walls, or roof. Most cases, however, involve the orbital floor. An orbital fracture is almost always as result of a blunt blow from a large object, such as a fist, elbow or baseball bat. Common symptoms of an orbital fracture include pain, tenderness around the eye, swelling, and double vision in some fields of gaze. Pain with attempted eye movement is also common. 

 
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