Asked by amali
Which bones potentially could be involved in a fracture of the orbit? Why do you think orbital fractures are often difficult to fixate surgically with screws and plates?
Explanation:Orbit is the socket where the eye and its appendages are located . All the orbital bones are involved in fractures , trauma, and their displacement and commutation .
The fracture of the orbital area is closely connected to the other facial structures through ducts and sinuses , hence , it becomes impossible for surgical intervention with screws and plates as they make the area rigid .