Differential diagnosis of orbital tumors in children - IJRRT
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Orbital tumors in children are very rare and can initially
manifest with ocular proptosis. These lesions have different
etiologies, which are divided into benign or malignant, and can be primary from orbital or be a metastatic product. Radiology study of these tumors is extremely essential for distinguish possible diagnosis, once it characterize its localization, extension, relation between adjacent structures, as well as cellularity and vascularity. In this way, radiology studies permits thinking about differential diagnosis easily. We report some clinical cases that have in common orbital commitment and proptosis as first manifestation, and their images correlations in cranial and orbit magnetic resonance. By this, radiological differences between the possible diagnosis will be illustrated

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