Prostheses with motility pegs



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A prosthesis with a motility trainer can be implanted after an evisceration or an enucleation.

This type of implant involves perforating the conjunctiva in order to insert the peg.

However, this technique has gradually been abandoned, since the complex nature of perforation, along with poor healing of the eye socket, can lead to infection and other complications that can prove difficult to manage.