Clinical dilemma of unilateral popping eye
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A 36-year-old male was presented in emergency department with worsening left eye protrusion since two and a half years. He also complained of left eye dull pain (3/10) and headaches for two weeks without any visual changes. No symptoms suggestive of thyroid disease. He had no significant past medical history. His visual field and rest of the physical examinations were normal. Patient's blood pressure was elevated (171/112 mmHg) in the emergency department but came down to normal eventually. On computed tomography scan of the head , he had a large soft tissue homogenous mass extending into the left orbit measuring 5x3.8 cm in axial dimension. Patient had endoscopic sinus surgery and resection of the left ethmoid mucocele and orbital decompression that he tolerated well with improvement of his proptosis. Postoperatively, patient complained of diplopia, which resolved eventually.....

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So it was a tumor!!
Jul 23, 2017Like