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Multiple Intraorbital Glass Foreign Bodies
MGM Journal of Medical Sciences
It is frequently difficult to identify and localize intraorbital foreign bodies despite modern-day high-resolution imaging studies. Although there can be grave complications associated with retention of organic intraorbital foreign bodies, many believe that removal of such bodies in most cases is unwarranted. A high clinical suspicion, proper choice of imaging studies, and removal by a skilled orbital surgeon probably make the risk of surgical exploration and foreign body removal less than thedoi:10.5005/jp-journals-10036-1098 fatcat:fqena6ycevddxbfcn4hftgzzhe