Fine-needle aspiration for the diagnosis of orbital hematolymphoid lesions.

@article{Nassar2000FineneedleAF,
  title={Fine-needle aspiration for the diagnosis of orbital hematolymphoid lesions.},
  author={D L Nassar and Stephen Spencer Raab and Jan F. Silverman and John S. Kennerdell and Charles D Sturgis},
  journal={Diagnostic cytopathology},
  year={2000},
  volume={23 5},
  pages={314-7}
}
Ocular and periocular hematolymphoid diseases are a diverse group of lesions affecting various soft tissue structures within the orbital cavity. Lymphoid proliferations in particular are among the most commonly diagnosed entities in orbital pathology. When noninvasive techniques fail to confirm or rule out the suspicion of orbital neoplasia, fine-needle… CONTINUE READING