Orbital foreign bodies – diagnosis and management

A. Sandner, K. Neumann, D. Ehrich, S. Kösling & M. Bloching
Introduction Intraorbital foreign bodies occur with one sixth of orbital injuries. Most of them are metallic or glass particles; wooden foreign bodies are less common, but more often associated with infections. Case histories are not always revealing, especially with children or patients under alcohol[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]