Classification and incidence of space-occupying lesions of the orbit. A survey of 645 biopsies.

@article{Shields1984ClassificationAI,
  title={Classification and incidence of space-occupying lesions of the orbit. A survey of 645 biopsies.},
  author={Jerry A. Shields and B Bakewell and James Jay Augsburger and Joseph C Flanagan},
  journal={Archives of ophthalmology},
  year={1984},
  volume={102 11},
  pages={1606-11}
}
Six hundred forty-five consecutive biopsies of orbital lesions performed at a major ophthalmic hospital during a 20-year period were used to develop a comprehensive classification of orbital tumors and pseudotumors, excluding thyroid orbitopathy. Although this series has certain bias, it probably closely parallels the incidence of orbital lesions that would prompt a biopsy in an ophthalmic practice. It is hoped that this review, combined with a familiarity of the signs and symptoms of various… CONTINUE READING

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