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1 Unusual optic nerve sheath meningioma (Kennerdell Case 12, PPT)39-year-old female with 6 year history of blurred vision, Darkening of vision in eccentric gaze, dark lines in vision.Image
2 Dysthyroid Orbitopathy and Esotropia (Kennerdell Case 58, PPT)A 44-year-old woman with known thyroid disease was referred with acute swelling of the orbital tissues and loss of vision. Her visual acuity was 20/50 in the right eye and 20/40 in the left eye.Image
3 Eyelid Swelling Caused By Lymphoma (Kennerdell Case 63, PPT)A 72-year-old man referred with a mass in the superior right epibulbar area with fullness of the right upper lid. There is no functional deficit.Image
4 Orbital lymphangioma (Kennerdell Case 3, PPT)A 52 year-old man who had right proptosis of 4 mm.Image
5 Large cell follicular lymphoma (Kennerdell Case 4, PPT)A 45-year-old man referred with a 3 month history of progressive right proptosis with minimal discomfort and no functional deficit.Image
6 Severe orbital lymphangioma (Kennerdell Case 1, PPT)An 11 year old girl with sudden presentation of pain and proptosis of the right eye. Vision 20/50 right eye, 20/20 left eye. Right relative afferent pupillary defect, limited motion, right eye and tenderness to compression.Image
7 Orbital lymphangioma (Kennerdell Case 2, PPT)A 56 year-old man with right proptosis of 5 mm with visual blurring on eccentric gaze.Image
8 Metastatic Mucinous Adenocarcinoma (Kennerdell Case 38, PPT)Patient presented with painful left proptosis with a blind downward displaced eye for two weeks. He had a known history of gastric carcinoma with a gastric partial resection.Image
9 Optic nerve sheath meningioma (Kennerdell Case 34, PPT)A 54-year-old woman who presented with progressive painless right visual loss for several years. Visual acuity at presentation was counting fingers at one foot in the right eye and 20/20 in the left eye. She had a right afferent pupillary defect, but full motility.Image
10 Frontal sinus mucocele (Kennerdell Case 51, PPT)A 35-year-old man with proptosis and inferior displacement of the left eye without functional deficit.Image
11 Malignant Optic Nerve Glioma (Kennerdell Case 53, PPT)A 65-year-old man who presented with a three month history of blindness in the right eye, complaining of new vision loss in the left eye. He had no headache or eye pain.Image
12 Inflammation from orbital wound (Kennerdell Case 54, PPT)A young child with a swollen upper lid and an entrance wound of the tip of a pencil thrust into her superior right orbit by a playmate.Image
13 Puncture wound from automobile accident (Kennerdell Case 55, PPT)A middle-aged man was referred from an emergency room with a tie rod from an automobile thrust into the superior left orbit. The rod was left in position until the location of penetration could be determined.Image
14 Frontal sinus mucopyocele (Kennerdell Case 52, PPT)A 72-year-old man was referred with a rapidly proptosing right eye displaced inferiorly with an erythematous bulge in the medial aspect of the superior right orbit.Image
15 Proptosis and myopathy from dysthyroid orbitopathy (Kennerdell Case 47, PPT)A 48-year-old man was referred with marked proptosis in both eyes measuring approximately 27 mm by Hertel exophthalmometer. He also had severe myopathy with a left eye displaced nasally and superiorly. As a result he had inability to abduct and depress the left eye.Image
16 Severe dysthyroid orbitopathy (Kennerdell Case 48, PPT)A 50-year-old woman referred with severe exophthalmos from dysthyroid orbitopathy. Her complaints were recurrent corneal abrasion from chronic exposure and depression resulting from the marked exophthalmos.Image
17 Inflammation from a wooden foreign body (Kennerdell Case 49, PPT)Patient had a wooden foreign body enter his right orbit laterally and inferiorly.Image
18 Retinitis sclopetaria from metal foreign body (Kennerdell Case 50, PPT)A young man was referred with a metal chip that entered his left orbit superomedially from hammering a nail.Image
19 Surgically induced lid retraction (Kennerdell Case 45, PPT)A 46-year-old woman with thyroid disease who presented with proptosis of both eyes, worse on the left, with limited upgaze.Image
20 Eyelid retraction following orbital surgery (Kennerdell Case 14, PPT)Image
21 Epibulbar amyloid (Kennerdell Case 39, PPT)A 65-year-old man was referred with a proptosed right eye with an epibulbar mass for six weeks.Image
22 Cellular blue nevus (Kennerdell Case 40, PPT)A 52-year-old man was referred with a recurrent right proptosis with no pain or functional deficit. A lesion had been previously diagnosed as a varix.Image
23 Embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma (Kennerdell Case 41, PPT)An 8-year-old boy was referred with a left proptosis and discomfort of the left eye. Visual acuity was 20/30 and he had some restriction of upgaze.Image
24 Orbital myositis (Kennerdell Case 42, PPT)A 45-year-old woman presenting with mild proptosis of the right eye with pain and double vision on medial rotation of the right eye.Image
25 Vasculitis of the orbit (Kennerdell Case 43, PPT)A 68-year-old man who was referred with a proptosed painful right eye with visual acuity depressed to 20/30 and a limitation of motion of the right eye.Image
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