Retrobulbar Injection Injury
This exhibit shows the mechanism of a retrobulbar injection injury. A retrobulbar injection (also known as a retrobulbar block) is used to administer anesthesia before intraocular surgery. Improper positioning of the needle results in penetration of the optic nerve. This leads to post-operative swelling and a pale, irritated optic disc.
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