Cryptogenic Enlargement Of Bilateral Superior Ophthalmic Vei
Bilateral enlargement of the superior ophthalmic veins may be seen in carotid cavernous fistula, cavernous thrombosis, Graves’ orbitopathy, orbital pseudotumor, parasellar tumors, orbital varices, arteriovenous malformations, or cerebral edema. Bilateral enlargement of the superior ophthalmic veins may also be cryptogenic or idiopathic in nature.

Case Report
A 52 year old male presented to the emergency room after falling down concrete stairs due to a push. Past medical history included hypertension and low back pain. The patient’s Glasgow coma scale was 15. His physical and neurologic examinations were unremarkable.

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