Spontaneous orbital haematoma.


Spontaneous orbital haematoma is uncommon in ENT practice. The sudden presentation of proptosis and diplopia may guide the differential diagnosis towards more common pathologies such as an intraorbital complication of acute sinusitis or neoplasm of the orbit. The diagnosis by computed tomography (CT) scan, the management of this orbital disease and the… (More)


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@article{Devesa2002SpontaneousOH, title={Spontaneous orbital haematoma.}, author={Pablo Martinez Devesa}, journal={The Journal of laryngology and otology}, year={2002}, volume={116 11}, pages={960-1} }