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Figure 7: (a) A and B: clinical picture showing enophthalmos right eye and loss of anterior projection of malar eminence. C and D: Computerized tomography Scans showing inadequately reduced zygoma and orbital floor and medial wall fractures (surgery by another surgeon). E and F: Intraoperative pictures after reduction and fixation showing the implants used. (b) G and H: Navigation pointer placed on the zygoma and orbital implant showing proper reduction and implant position corresponding with the mirrored image. (c) I-Q: Postoperative computerized tomography Scans and clinical picture showing the implant position and symmetry with opposite side and significant improvement in enophthalmos and malar prominence

Figure 7: (a) A and B: clinical picture showing enophthalmos right eye and loss of anterior projection of malar eminence. C and D: Computerized tomography Scans showing inadequately reduced zygoma and orbital floor and medial wall fractures (surgery by another surgeon). E and F: Intraoperative pictures after reduction and fixation showing the implants used. (b) G and H: Navigation pointer placed on the zygoma and orbital implant showing proper reduction and implant position corresponding with the mirrored image. (c) I-Q: Postoperative computerized tomography Scans and clinical picture showing the implant position and symmetry with opposite side and significant improvement in enophthalmos and malar prominence