Neuronavigational approach for Orbital Neurofibroma Excision
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Orbital neurofibromas are uncommon in adults, accounting for approximately 1%-3% of all space occupying lesions of the orbit. The complex anatomy of the orbital region, with the pronounced vulnerability of its neurovascular structures, requires particular surgical precautions. Neuronavigation, as a high-tech device for intraoperative safety, represents a valuable option for the confined orbital space. However, the application of neuronavigation in orbital surgery has been rarely reported. The authors present a case report of a 32-year-old female with an isolated localized neurofibroma surgically approached by intraoperative navigation and a review of the literature.

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