Orbitocranial asymmetry.

@article{Burrows1978OrbitocranialA,
  title={Orbitocranial asymmetry.},
  author={E. H. Burrows},
  journal={The British journal of radiology},
  year={1978},
  volume={51 610},
  pages={771-81}
}
Eleven cases are chosen to illustrate the differential diagnosis of deforming lesions of the bony orbit and its vicinity, which cause unilateral proptosis or other cranio-facial disfigurement. Three distinct varieties of orbito-cranial neurofibromatosis are distinguished, and they are contrasted with other deforming lesions of childhood--unilateral craniosynostosis, chronic juvenile subdural hygroma of the temporal fossa and congenital facial hemihypertrophy. Adult lesions are represented by… CONTINUE READING