Orbital space-occupying lesions in Indian children.

@article{Bajaj2007OrbitalSL,
  title={Orbital space-occupying lesions in Indian children.},
  author={Mandeep Singh Bajaj and Neelam Pushker and Amrita Chaturvedi and Subhash M Betharia and Seema Kashyap and Ramamurthy Balasubramanya and Seema Sen},
  journal={Journal of pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus},
  year={2007},
  volume={44 2},
  pages={
          106-11
        }
}
PURPOSE To present a review of all patients younger than 16 years who presented to us with orbital space-occupying lesions. METHODS Retrospective case study. RESULTS We analyzed the records of 119 children younger than 16 years of age who had presented to us with proptosis during the 10-year study period. Myogenic tumors were the most common lesion seen (24%), followed by metastatic and secondary orbital tumors (17%), vasculogenic lesions (15%), cystic lesions (10%), inflammatory lesions… CONTINUE READING

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