• State-of-the-Art Hypertelorism Management

    5 monthes ago - By The Clinics

    Orbital hypertelorism represents lateralization of the orbits, meaning increased interorbital and outer orbital distances. Interorbital hypertelorism represents a failure of medial orbital wall medialization in the setting of normally positioned lateral orbital walls. The etiology and type of hypertelorism influence selection of an operative procedure, whereas the severity of deformity dictates surgical need. Choice of surgical procedure is dictated by anatomic considerations, such as degree of orbital hypertelorism, midfacial proportions, and occlusal status.
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