Orbital Cellulitis in Children

@article{Nageswaran2006OrbitalCI,
  title={Orbital Cellulitis in Children},
  author={Savithri Nageswaran and Charles R. Woods and Daniel Kelly Benjamin and Laurence B. Givner and Avinash K. Shetty},
  journal={The Pediatric Infectious Disease Journal},
  year={2006},
  volume={25},
  pages={695-699}
}
Background: To review the epidemiology and management of orbital cellulitis in children. Methods: The medical records of children ≤18 years old and hospitalized from June 1, 1992, through May 31, 2002, at the Brenner Children's Hospital, with a discharge ICD-9 code indicating a diagnosis of orbital cellulitis and confirmed by computed tomography scan were reviewed. A literature search for additional studies for systematic review was also conducted. Results: Forty-one children with orbital… 
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