ⓘ Enucleation of the eye

                                     

ⓘ Enucleation of the eye

Enucleation is the removal of the eye that leaves the eye muscles and remaining orbital contents intact. This type of ocular surgery is indicated for a number of ocular tumors, in eyes that have suffered severe trauma, and in eyes that are otherwise blind and painful.

Self-enucleation or enucleation oedipism and other forms of serious harm to the eye is an extremely rare form of severe self-harm that usually results from mental illnesses associated with acute psychosis. The name comes from Oedipus of Greek mythology, who gouged out his eyes.

                                     
  • surgical technique Enucleation of the eye Self - enucleation It may also refer to: Enucleation microbiology - removing the nuclear body of cells, especially
  • Self - enucleation also known as autoenucleation or oedipism is the self - inflicted enucleation removal of the eye It is considered a form of self - mutilation
  • the Vale Tudo Japan 1995 tournament after his opponent, Gerard Gordeau, performed an illegal gouge that blinded him in his right eye Enucleation of the
  • insertion of a prosthesis, which may be preceded by enucleation of the eye The affected eye is shrunken, and has little to no vision. The intraocular
  • agents injected intravenously. Enucleation of the eye Eye surgery Oculoplastics Cassin, B. and Solomon, S. Dictionary of Eye Terminology. Gainesville, Florida:
  • The phantom eye syndrome PES is a phantom pain in the eye and visual hallucinations after the removal of an eye enucleation evisceration Many patients
  • technique, enucleation refers to the surgical removal of a mass without cutting into or dissecting it. Enucleation refers to removal of the eyeball itself
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  • the sensible optic nerves. Enucleation of the Eye - Removal of the eye but the muscles and eyelids are left intact. An implant is inserted, then the
  • prosthesis, artificial eye or glass eye is a type of craniofacial prosthesis that replaces an absent natural eye following an enucleation evisceration, or
  • relieve the increasing severity of the pain, in 1998 she underwent an enucleation of the eye and reportedly woke up from anesthesia during the procedure
  • successful enucleation of the eye for tumour. In this work he describes the clinical features of an eye tumour in a nine - year - old boy. The enucleation was performed