Arbindra Kumar Yadav1, Manohar Kumar Ray1, Birat Thapa Magar1, Dinesh Kumar Thapa1, Karuna Tamrakar Karki1, Pankaj Raj Nepal1.
1Department of Neurosurgery, B & C Medical College and Teaching Hospital & Research Center,Birtamode,Jhapa,Nepal
Dr Arbindra Kumar Yadav.
Department of Neurosurgery, B & C Medical College and Teaching Hospital & Research Center,Birtamode,Jhapa,Nepal.
The orbital blowout fracture is most common in its inferior and medial wall; however we are presenting here a rare case of superior orbital wall blowout fracture with intact vision. This is a presentation of a 55 year-old right handed gentleman following road traffic accident had left orbital injury causing orbital roof fracture. Despite of such a huge injury there was no deterioration of his vision and his movements of the eye balls were also absolutely preserved.
Key words: Orbital blow out fracture, facial injuries, orbital roof fracture,