Craniofacial Approaches to Pediatric Orbital TumorsKaderbhai, Jameel, FRACDS (OMS); Lo, William, FRCS (NS); Rodrigues, Desiderio, FRCS (NS); White, Nicholas, MD, FRCS (Plast); Evans, Martin, FRCS, FDSRCS (Ed); Nishikawa, Hiroshi, MD, FRCS (Plast); Dover, Michael Stephen, FRCS (OMFS), FDSRCSJournal of Craniofacial Surgery: June 2019 - Volume 30 - Issue 4 - p 1198–1200 doi: 10.1097/SCS.0000000000005265 Clinical Studies Buy Abstract Author InformationAuthors Article MetricsMetrics Primary pediatric orbital tumors requiring surgery are uncommon and often require multidisciplinary management. Commonly used surgical approaches to the orbit include transconjunctival, transcutaneous (eyelid), transcranial, or extracranial osteotomies. This paper reviews a 10-year experience of cases that required a transcranial or extracranial surgical approach at the Birmingham Children's Hospital. A total of 9 patients were identified between the years 2008 to 2017. Pathologies included rhabdomyosarcoma, juvenile ossifying fibroma, optic nerve glioma, and retinoblastoma. Surgical approaches to the orbit included supraorbital bar osteotomy (transcranial) or lateral orbitotomy (extracranial). Surgical team members included neurosurgery, craniofacial surgery, and ophthalmology. This study aims to review the role of surgery in management as well as the specific indications for performing transcranial or extracranial osteotomies. It also highlights the excellent access achieved with the use of these osteotomies in certain cases, especially when compared with transconjunctival or transcutaneous approaches. Birmingham Women's and Children's NHS Foundation Trust, Birmingham, UK. Address correspondence and reprint requests to Jameel Kaderbhai, FRACDS (OMS), Birmingham Children's Hospital, Steelhouse Lane, Birmingham, B46NH, UK; E-mail: Jameel.email@example.com Received 8 August, 2018 Accepted 28 November, 2018 The authors report no conflicts of interest. © 2019 by Mutaz B. Habal, MD.