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1 Dermolipoma in child (Kennerdell, Case 10, PPT)Image
2 Carotid-cavernous fistula (Kennerdell Case 26, PPT)A 58-year-old woman presented with a two week history of left proptosis, visual disturbance and erythema and edema of the left upper lid. She was found to have dilated aterialized conjunctival veins and an elevated intraocular pressure at 35 in the left eye.Image
3 Acute congestive dysthyroid orbitopathy (Kennerdell Case 6, PPT)This 52-year-old man demonstrates the appearance of acute congestive dysthyroid orbitopathy with lid splinting, lid erythema, conjunctival prolapse and inability to move the eyes. His visual acuity was disturbed by the severe congestion and obstruction of his view by his conjunctiva and lids.Image
4 Eyelid retraction following orbital surgery (Kennerdell Case 15, PPT)Image
5 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
6 Orbital lymphangioma (Kennerdell Case 3, PPT)A 52 year-old man who had right proptosis of 4 mm.Image
7 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
8 Dysthyroid orbitopathy and myasthenia gravis (Kennerdell Case 9, PPT)A 74-year-old woman presented with an eight-month history of inability to move the right eye to the left and proptosis of the right eye. Her visual acuity was intact. Improved movement of the right eye medially following intravenous injection of Tensilon indicated that the right medial rectus was af...Image
9 Proptosis from enlarged inferior rectus (Kennerdell Case 13, PPT)48 year old man referred with a left "orbital tumor". His left eye is located downward and his lid followed his left eye in a downward position. Previously misdiagnosed as having an orbital tumor.Image
10 Dysthyroid orbitopathy and scotoma (Kennerdell Case 57, PPT)A 36-year-old woman was referred with thyroid disease and a recent onset of swelling of the lids, proptosis, and vision loss. Her visual acuity was 20/50 in the right eye and 20/25 in the left eye. Her Hertel measurements were 17 in both eyes with a base of 95. Her visual fields showed central sc...Image
11 Four wall orbital decompression for proptosis (Kennerdell Case 59, PPT)Patient with thyroid disease developed a chronic aggressive proptosis over a one year period. Hertel measurements were 30 in both eyes with a base of 102.Image
12 Dysthyroid orbitopathy, optic neuropathy and esotropia (Kennerdell Case 60, PPT)A 51-year-old woman referred with thyroid disease and consistent dysthyroid orbitopathy with optic neuropathy despite treatment with steroids, radiation and an inadequate anterior, medial and inferior decompression. Minimal proptosis, but continued compression of the optic nerves with visual loss.Image
13 Proptosis from lymphoma (Kennerdell Case 61, PPT)A 75-year-old woman was referred with proptosis and visual loss of the left eye. Visual acuity was 20/50 with impaired color vision and restricted motility. Biopsy of lesion led to diagnosis of lymphoma.Image
14 Proptosis from meningioma (Kennerdell Case 62, PPT)A 48-year-old woman with a painless proptosis of the left eye without functional deficits.Image
15 Proptosis and ptosis from lymphoma (Kennerdell Case 64, PPT)An 84-year-old woman was referred with a one-year history of left proptosis and ptosis. The upper lid had partially impaired vision. She was in good general health without evidence of a tumor elsewhere.Image
16 Recurrence of meningioma following surgery (Kennerdell Case 65, PPT)The patient presented with a 2 mm left proptosis and chronic visual loss of the left eye to the level of 20/400 over a six month period.Image
17 Proptosis from neurofibroma (Kennerdell Case 66, PPT)A 38-year-old man who was referred with a chronic proptosis of the right eye with minimal visual disturbance. The proptosis measurements were 22 right and 18 left with a base of 106. There was no pain associated with the proptosis.Image
18 Neurofibromatosis (Kennerdell Case 19, PPT)A 10-year-old boy with neurofibromatosis with a progressively enlarging mass in the superior right upper lid causing ptosis and proptosis.Image
19 Lymphangioma (Kennerdell Case 21, PPT)12-year-old boy referred with lymphangioma of the left lower lid previously biopsied. Left lower lid filled with lymphangiomatous tissue.Image
20 Lymphoma (Kennerdell Case 22, PPT)A 67-year-old man presented with a painless right proptosis and partial ptosis of three months duration.Image
21 Orbital varix (Kennerdell Case 17, PPT)A 14-year-old boy with a bluish, painful, variable swelling in the left lower lid worsening prior to our examination.Image
22 Eosinophilic granuloma (Kennerdell Case 27, PPT)A 15-year-old boy with a swelling apparent on the left upper lateral lid.Image
23 Lacrimal gland pleomorphic adenoma (Kennerdell Case 31, PPT)A 70-year-old woman who presented with a six month history of proptosis of the right eye without functional deficit.Image
24 Ossifying Fibroma (Kennerdell Case 32, PPT)A 4-year-old girl presented with a 3 to 6 month history of drooping of the left upper lid together with bulging of the left eye. Visual acuity was grossly about 20/40 in each eye.Image
25 Liposarcoma (Kennerdell Case 33, PPT)A 46-year-old man who presented with a five week history of proptosis of the right eye accompanied by a moderate discomfort. There was no functional deficit.Image
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