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OBJECTIVE To report the clinical findings and management of spontaneous hemorrhage in an unsuspected intraorbital arteriovenous malformation. DESIGN Interventional case report. METHODS Review of clinical findings, radiologic studies, and treatment of the patient. RESULTS A 75-year-old woman sought treatment for the rapid onset of severe proptosis.(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors describe the clinical findings and surgical treatment of two patients affected by chronic eyelid lymphedema associated with facial acne rosacea. DESIGN Two interventional case reports. METHODS AND INTERVENTION: The clinical diagnosis of acne rosacea was based on the physical examination and confirmed by the histopathologic findings(More)
PURPOSE Orbital invasion of pituitary tumors is rare and usually accompanied by optic nerve head pallor and visual loss. We describe a case of unilateral massive orbital invasion by a recurrent pituitary tumor with preserved visual acuity and normal optic nerve appearance. METHODS Case report. RESULTS Progressive proptosis developed 15 years after(More)
rown's syndrome 1, 2, 3 is a motility defect which is characterized by an inability to raise the adducted eye above the horizontal midline, less or no elevation deficit in abducted position. There is slight down shoot of the adducting involved eye with widening of the palpebral fissure on adduction. Exodeviation usually increases as the eyes are moved(More)
PURPOSE To describe the clinical features and management of a patient with an extralacrimal dacryolith. METHODS Case report. RESULTS A 43-year-old woman remarked at a routine eye examination that a small, firm mass located for several years on the right side of her nose had recently become slightly larger. The mass had remained firm and nontender during(More)
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