Glial heterotopia in an adult: A rare orbital mass
Case Report
A 60-year-old man presented to our institute with a swelling in the superior medial aspect of his right orbit. It has been noticed for the last 1 year and has been gradually increasing in size. He had associated complaints of double vision. There was no history of defective vision, pain, or sudden increase in size. On examination, the best-corrected visual acuity was 20/20 in both eyes. A soft to firm globular mass in the superomedial aspect of the orbit displaced the right eye downward and outward. It was not compressible or reducible, and the deeper margins were not palpable . Anterior segment and posterior segment of both the eyes were normal. Extraocular movements in the right eye showed restriction in elevation, levo-elevation, and adduction.

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