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A giant subdural empyema was found to be the cause of a large head in a two month old female child referred for cranial sonography. The sonographic features of the subdural empyema as illustrated by this case are: (1) The presence of an extra-axial space occupying lesion with mass effect. (2) Its fluid nature with mobile echogenic debris within. (3) Its… (More)
A case of blow out fracture of the medial wall and floor of the orbit with herniation of the eyeball into the ethmoid sinus diagnosed on CT scan is reported. To the best of our knowledge there is no previous report of prolapse of eyeball into the ethmoid sinus.