Distensible venous malformations of the orbit: clinical and hemodynamic features and a new technique of management.

@article{Lacey1999DistensibleVM,
  title={Distensible venous malformations of the orbit: clinical and hemodynamic features and a new technique of management.},
  author={Brendan Lacey and Jack Rootman and Thomas R. Marotta},
  journal={Ophthalmology},
  year={1999},
  volume={106 6},
  pages={1197-209}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate distensible venous malformations of the orbit (DVMO) as part of a spectrum of orbital vascular malformations, including some that involved periorbital skin, extraorbital sites (central nervous system or nasal sinuses), or combinations of these. The authors also investigated the effectiveness of a new technique of management for selected cases. DESIGN Retrospective noncomparative case series. PARTICIPANTS Thirty patients had distensible venous anomalies, of which… CONTINUE READING

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