A.Yu. Lazarev1,2, M.R. Khusainov1
1Sverdlovsk Regional Oncology Center, Yekaterinburg
2Ural State Medical University, Yekaterinburg
Lazarev A.Yu. ― PhD, assistant of the Department of nervous diseases, neurosurgery and medical genetics of Ural State Medical University, neurosurgeon Department of neurosurgery of the Sverdlovsk Regional Oncology Center
29 Sobolev Str., Yekaterinburg, Russian Federation, 620036, tel. (343) 356-15-46, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract. Orbital malignant tumors can be concern to the patient, his family and physician. Such problems may be associated with aggressive growth of malignant neoplastic process sometimes with unknown etiology. For the patient there can be permanent cosmetic deficit, ophthalmological deficit with loss of vision or the eye, and even loss of good quality of life. Medically, orbital malignant tumors can be a challenge in diagnosis and management which may require a team approach to include the ophthalmologist, ophthalmic surgeon, otolaryngologist, neurosurgeon, plastic surgeon, radiation therapist, and oncologist.
The paper deals with surgical treatment with extensive tumor resections and exenteration of the orbit. The main indications for surgery, the choice of surgical approach and definition of operative intervention volume. Assessed the effectiveness of treatment orbit malignanses on terms of survival, disease-free, and functional outcomes and quality of life of patients.
Key words: orbital malignant tumors, orbital exenteration, transorbital resection, survival, quality of life.