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Solitary Fibrous Tumor of Orbit: Changes of Tumor Size and Tumor Contrast Enhancement

Choe WS, Park IK, Won KY, Shin JH

Purpose: To report a case of solitary fibrous tumor of the orbit in a patient with changes in tumor size and contrast enhancement. Case summary: A 64-year-old male patient presented with...
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Ocular adnexal mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue lymphoma: a narrative review

Chung HU, Son JH

Lymphoma is the most common primary tumor of the orbit, accounting for 55% of all orbital malignancies. When divided into histopathological subtypes, extranodal marginal zone lymphoma of mucosa-associated lymphoid tissue...
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Angioleiomyoma in the Orbital Apex: A Case Report

Lee B, Park SJ, Moon JH, Kim SH, Chang JH, Kim SH, Kim EH

A 56-year woman presented eyeball pain and blurred vision. MRI revealed a small well-delineated solid tumor in the apex of right orbit with optic nerve compression. Intraoperatively, the tumor was...
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Extraocular Muscles Involvement as the Initial Presentation in Metastatic Breast Cancer

Coutinho I, Marques M, Almeida R, Custódio , Simões Silva T, Águas F

Orbital metastasis is a rare event, and metastatic disease affecting the extraocular muscles is an even less frequent complication of solid tumors. Herein, we report an unusual case of ptosis...
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Unilateral Ptosis with Bilateral Incomplete Ophthalmoplegia as the Initial Presentation in Metastatic Cancer

Choi JH, Park HJ, Choi KG, Lim KH, Park KD

Orbital metastases are rare and predominantly unilateral occurrences. Bilateral metastases affecting the extraocular muscles are extremely rare. A few case reports of bilateral metastases to extraocular muscles described binocular diplopia...
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Schwannoma Originating from Infraorbital Nerve

Ha W, Lee JW, Choi JI, Yang WS, Kim SY

Schwannomas are well-differentiated solitary benign tumors that originate from the schwann cells of the nerve sheath. They can readily occur in the head and neck regions, but the schwannoma originating...
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Sino-orbital Granulocytic Sarcoma Causing Bilateral Proptosis As an Initial Manifestation of Acute Myelogenous Leukemia (AML): A Case Report

Kim HS, Je BK, Lee YH, Kim BH

Granulocytic sarcoma is a manifestation of myelogenous leukemia, which means a solid mass consisting of primitive precursors of the granulocytic series of white blood cells. We present CT and MR...
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Metastatic Esophageal Squamous Cell Carcinoma to the Orbit and Periorbit Masquerading as Periorbital Abscess

Lee JY, Lee HJ, Jung MS, Kim SY

A 61-year-old man with no history of malignancy presented with a rapidly expanding left periorbital mass, first noticed one month prior to presentation. The mass was firm, and a pus-like...
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A Case of Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma of the Ectopic Lacrimal Gland

Joo YH, Choi BJ, Auo HJ, Kang JM

  • KMID: 2223230
  • J Rhinol.
  • 2009 May;16(1):54-57.
Adenoid cystic carcinoma (ACC) of the lacrimal gland is a rare malignant tumor accounting for 1.6% of all orbital tumors. We report a case of ectopic adenoid cystic carcinoma that...
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CT and MR Imaging Findings of a Granular Cell Tumor of the Orbit: Report of Two Cases

Kim JE, Kim YD, Kim HJ, Ko YH

We report the computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance (MR) imaging findings for two cases of granular cell tumors located in the orbit, a rare benign tumor of neural origin,...
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The Usefulness of F-18-FDG PET and The Effect of Scan Protocol in Diagnosis of Intraocular Tumors

Lee JS, Yang WI, Kim BI, Choi CW, Lim SM, Lee TW, Sim MK, Hong SW

  • KMID: 1867774
  • Korean J Nucl Med.
  • 1999 Oct;33(5):439-451.
PURPOSE: It is important to differentiate malignant from benign lesions of intraocular masses in choosing therapeutic plan. Biopsy of intraocular tumor is not recommended due to the risk of visual...
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