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Sub-Tenon’s anesthesia: an update

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Local and Regional Anesthesia
1178-7112
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Dove Medical Press
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DOI: 10.2147/lra.s16314
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  • Review

Abstract

Sub-Tenon’s block has become the most common technique of orbital regional anesthesia in many centers. It provides effective anesthesia to the orbit with a lower incidence of sight-threatening complications than sharp needle techniques. This article will discuss the relevant anatomy, finer points of sub-Tenon’s block technique, and the evidence supporting its safety.

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