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26 Epidermal cyst (Kennerdell Case 35, PPT)A 52-year-old woman who presented with proptosis of the left eye for approximately one year without discomfort and no visual loss.Image
27 Malignant adenoid cystic carcinoma of the lacrimal gland (Kennerdell Case 25, PPT)A 45-year-old man presented with a three month history of painless right proptosis without functional deficit.Image
28 Lymphangioma (Kennerdell Case 18, PPT)18-year-old man with painful 3 mm right proptosis for 24 hours.Image
29 Orbital-intracranial abscess after dental procedure (Kennerdell Case 20, PPT)20-year-old woman who developed left orbital pain and swelling with complete ptosis, erythema and mild proptosis following an infection resulting from a left lower jaw wisdom tooth extraction. The infection gained access through the retropharyngeal space to the left orbit and intracranial space.Image
30 Adenoid cystic carcinoma of lacrimal gland (Kennerdell Case 24, PPT)A 20-year-old man presented with progressive painful right proptosis without functional deficit.Image
31 Lacrimal gland pleomorphic adenoma (Kennerdell case 23, PPT)A 32-year-old woman referred with progressive right proptosis for at least one year duration. Referral was delayed by a pregnancy.Image
32 Lacrimal gland pleomorphic adenoma (Kennerdell Case 28, PPT)A 34-year-old woman who presented with a one year history of a bulging right eye without pain or vision loss.Image
33 Meningioma and blindness (Kennerdell Case 30, PPT)A 70-year-old man presenting with left proptosis and blindness in the left eye for over two years.Image
34 Malignant fibrous histiocytoma (Kennerdell Case 36, PPT)A 52-year-old man who was referred with an eight month history of decreasing vision in the right eye. Visual acuity in the right eye was 20/20- and the left eye 20/20. He had an enlarged blind spot on right visual field testing and a 3 mm right proptosis.Image
35 Dysthyroid orbitopathy (Kennerdell Case 5, PPT)This is a 48 year old man referred with swelling and proptosis of the right eye with tearing and slightly blurred vision. His right upper and lower lids were puffy and the conjunctiva was slightly injected with 3mm proptosis of the right eye. Three months later, the patient demonstrated increased s...Image
36 Spheno-Orbital Fibrous Dysplasia(Kennerdell case 16, PPT)An 8-year-old boy presenting with chronic slowly progressive left proptosis without function deficit.Image
37 Osteoma of the ethmoid sinus (Kennerdell, Case 11, PPT)A 16 year old girl presented with a mild right proptosis and some discomfort of the right eye on adduction. The visual acuity and the visual field are intact. After operation, no complications and the slight proptosis was eliminated. The patient had no recurrence.Image
38 Schwannoma (Kennerdell Case 7, PPT)A 48 year old man presented with a 3 mm right proptosis and severe central loss of vision. Visual acuity was 20/200 with absent color vision in the right eye and afferent pupillary defect. Previous lateral orbitotomy and attempt to remove the tumor was unsuccessful.Image
39 Schwannoma (Kennerdell Case 8, PPT)18 year old with a left proptosis.Image
40 Eyelid retraction following orbital surgery (Kennerdell Case 14, PPT)Image
41 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
42 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
43 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
44 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
45 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
46 Proptosis from prostatic cancer (Kennerdell Case 44, PPT)A 72-year-old man was referred with a silent right proptosis for three months with no functional deficit. In addition, he had a 20 pound weight loss in the past six months.Image
47 Cancer-related proptosis and blindness (Kennerdell Case 46, PPT)The patient was referred with a left proptosis and visual loss to a level of counting fingers and no known history of carcinoma.Image
48 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
49 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
50 Inflammation from a wooden foreign body (Kennerdell Case 49, PPT)Patient had a wooden foreign body enter his right orbit laterally and inferiorly.Image
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