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Metástasis orbitaria como primera manifestación de adenocarcinoma pulmonar
Campos-Mollo,E; Moya-Moya,MA; Pérez-González,LE; Alenda-González,C;
Archivos de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Oftalmología , 2005, DOI: 10.4321/S0365-66912005000800008
Abstract: introduction: metastasis of primary tumours can involve the orbit via the blood stream. in 19% of cases this type of metastasis is the first oncologic symptom. case report: a 42-year-old woman with a hard, well-defined nodule situated anteriorly in the right orbit and with mild associated inflammation. mr showed an oval image with homogeneous gadolinium uptake. on excision-biopsy a ductal cancer was found and determined on cat scan to be of pulmonary origin. chemotherapy was given and no recurrence occurred in the orbit. conclusion: ophthalmologic examination was the first step in the diagnosis of a metastasis of adenocarcinoma of the lung.
Orbital rhabdomyosarcoma: A case series
Kaliaperumal S,Tiroumal S,Rao V
Indian Journal of Cancer , 2007,
Abstract: Orbital rhabdomyosarcoma is the most common orbital malignancy of childhood with the common presentation of rapidly evolving unilateral proptosis. We studied six patients who were diagnosed and treated for rhabdomyosarcoma between January 1999 and June 2004. The age of the patients ranged from 4 to 29 years. Four patients presented with acute onset proptosis associated with signs of inflammation, mimicking orbital cellulitis. One patient presented with lid mass. Another patient presented with a soft, blind eye that was pushed superotemporally by a large inflammed, vascularised mass. Embryonal rhabdomyosarcoma was the commonest histopathological type in our series found in five patients. One patient was completely cured with chemotherapy alone whereas two patients were treated with a combination of chemotherapy and radiotherapy. Three patients in our series required exenteration.
Chorioretinal Folds Associated with a Meningioma
Ling Yeung,Chi-Chun Lai,Tun-Lu Chen,Wei-Chi Wu
Chang Gung Medical Journal , 2005,
Abstract: Chorioretinal folds are a rare presentation of a meningioma. We report a case of ameningioma with chorioretinal folds as its initial presentation. A 39-year-old female patientcomplained of progressive blurring of the right eye. A fundus examination of the right eyerevealed chorioretinal folds. Magnetic resonance imaging found a tumor mass involving theright orbit and right anterior middle cranial fossa. An echo-guided biopsy confirmed themeningioma. She received surgical excision of the meningioma, and her visual acuity wasstationary at 12/20 after 15 months of follow-up. We review the etiologies of chorioretinalfolds and elucidate the strategies for dealing with them. Certain underling diseases associatedwith chorioretinal folds are lethal and require prompt management. Ophthalmologistsshould evaluate these patients carefully in a stepwise manner.
Metastatic pancreatic carcinoma to the orbital apex presenting as a superior divisional third cranial nerve palsy
Pecen PE, Ramey NA, Richard MJ, Bhatti MT
Clinical Ophthalmology , 2012, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S30208
Abstract: astatic pancreatic carcinoma to the orbital apex presenting as a superior divisional third cranial nerve palsy Case report (885) Total Article Views Authors: Pecen PE, Ramey NA, Richard MJ, Bhatti MT Published Date November 2012 Volume 2012:6 Pages 1941 - 1943 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.2147/OPTH.S30208 Received: 26 January 2012 Accepted: 27 February 2012 Published: 23 November 2012 Paula E Pecen,1 Nicholas A Ramey,1 Michael J Richard,1 M Tariq Bhatti1,2 1Department of Ophthalmology, Duke University Eye Center, Durham, NC, USA; 2Department of Medicine (Division of Neurology), Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA Abstract: Metastatic tumors to the orbit are rare, especially from a primary pancreatic carcinoma. A 59-year-old man presented with 4 weeks of right eye pain and eyelid swelling. There was right upper eyelid ptosis associated with a right supraduction deficit consistent with a superior divisional third cranial nerve (CN III) palsy. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a right orbital apex lesion. A right orbital exenteration was performed for intractable and severe pain. Surgical pathology demonstrated a poorly differentiated carcinoma that was ultimately felt to be derived from the pancreas. In this report, we describe the clinical and neurological imaging findings of a superior divisional CN III palsy as the presenting manifestation of a presumed metastatic pancreatic carcinoma to the orbital apex, and review the neuroanatomy of CN III with particular emphasis on the anatomical bifurcation of the nerve into a superior and inferior division.
Orbitotomía lateral mediante abordaje temporal
Herencia Nieto,H.; Verdaguer Martín,J.J.; Riba García,F.; Calvo de Mora álvarez,J.; Amo Fernández de Velasco,A. del; Pujol Romanya,R.; Navarro Cuéllar,C.;
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2005, DOI: 10.4321/S1130-05582005000600001
Abstract: the lateral orbitotomy it still the surgical technique of choice for biopsies or the removal of intraorbital lesions that are lateral to the optic nerve, for biopsies of the optic nerve itself and for removing the lacrimal gland. many skin incisions have been described for carrying out this surgical procedure, the most common at this moment being the upper eyelid crease incision. although the results obtained with this incision tend to be acceptable, they are not exempt of complications, either aesthetic or functional. over the last years new incisions have appeared that try to avoid these complications. among the new approach routes to the lateral wall of the orbit is the temporal incision. over the last three years four patients have undergone surgical procedures in order to carry out biopsies or for the removal of intraorbital masses by means of an incision into the temple. in all cases the incision permitted ample exposure of the surgical field and performing the procedure with ease. excellent aesthetic and functional results were obtained with no sequelae or permanent complications. the most common complication that is specific to this incision is paresthesia of the frontal branch of the facial nerve. a careful dissection technique tends to be sufficient for avoiding this. in our view this incision, as we describe it, is the incision of choice for carrying out a lateral orbitotomy and we conclude that in our view it is a perfectly valid technique and one that should be considered with regard to the ?classical? incisions, as in many aspects it surpasses these.
151例老年人眼眶内肿瘤临床分析
Clinical study on 151 cases of orbital tumors in the elderly

宋先, 许孝义
SONG Xian
, XU Xiaoyi

- , 2015, DOI: 10.6040/j.issn.1671-7554.0.2014.925
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Orbital glomus tumor in an Asian patient
Chang Minwook,Lee Youngseok,Baek Sehyun,Lee Tae
BMC Ophthalmology , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2415-12-62
Abstract: Background This report describes a recurrent orbital glomus tumor in an Asian patient. Case presentation A healthy 50-year-old Korean man had progressive right exophthalmos and a soft mass on his right lower lid for 6 months. We evaluated the mass using CT and MRI, and performed excisional biopsy and pathologic examination. Pathologically, the mass was a glomus tumor. Although proptosis of the right eye decreased, one month after surgery it increased to almost the same level as before surgery. Conclusions This is the first report of an Asian patient with an orbital glomus tumor that demonstrated rapid re-growth after incision without pain or visual problems.
Metástasis orbitaria como primera manifestación de adenocarcinoma pulmonar An orbital metastasis as the presentation of lung adenocarcinoma
E Campos-Mollo,MA Moya-Moya,LE Pérez-González,C Alenda-González
Archivos de la Sociedad Espa?ola de Oftalmología , 2005,
Abstract: Introducción: Las metástasis de tumores primitivos invaden la órbita generalmente por vía hemática y en el 19% de los casos representan la primera manifestación de enfermedad neoplásica. Caso Clínico: Mujer de 42 a os con un nódulo de crecimiento rápido en región orbitaria anterior derecha, de consistencia pétrea, bien delimitado y asociado a leves signos inflamatorios. En la resonancia magnética se observó una imagen ovoidea con captación homogénea de gadolinio. La exéresis-biopsia del tumor mostró un carcinoma ductal y el estudio sistémico evidenció su origen pulmonar. Se inició tratamiento quimioterápico sin objetivarse en estudios posteriores de imagen signos de recidiva orbitaria. Discusión: La exploración oftalmológica ha constituido el inicio del proceso diagnóstico de un adenocarcinoma pulmonar diseminado. Introduction: Metastasis of primary tumours can involve the orbit via the blood stream. In 19% of cases this type of metastasis is the first oncologic symptom. Case report: A 42-year-old woman with a hard, well-defined nodule situated anteriorly in the right orbit and with mild associated inflammation. MR showed an oval image with homogeneous gadolinium uptake. On excision-biopsy a ductal cancer was found and determined on CAT scan to be of pulmonary origin. Chemotherapy was given and no recurrence occurred in the orbit. Conclusion: Ophthalmologic examination was the first step in the diagnosis of a metastasis of adenocarcinoma of the lung.
Orbitotomía lateral mediante abordaje temporal Lateral orbitotomy using a temporal approach
H. Herencia Nieto,J.J. Verdaguer Martín,F. Riba García,J. Calvo de Mora álvarez
Revista Espa?ola de Cirugía Oral y Maxilofacial , 2005,
Abstract: La orbitotomía lateral sigue siendo en el momento actual la técnica quirúrgica de elección para la biopsia o extirpación de lesiones intraorbitarias laterales al nervio óptico, la biopsia del propio nervio óptico y la extirpación de la glándula lacrimal. Se han descrito múltiples incisiones cutáneas para llevar a cabo esta intervención; la más frecuentemente empleada por el momento es la incisión palpebral, que discurre a nivel de alguna arruga del párpado superior. Aunque los resultados obtenidos con esta incisión suelen ser aceptables, no está exenta de complicaciones, ni estéticas ni funcionales. Por esto, en los últimos a os han ido apareciendo nuevas incisiones que intentan evitar estas complicaciones. Entre estas nuevas vías de abordaje a la pared lateral de la órbita se encuentra la incisión temporal. En los últimos 3 a os, se ha intervenido en nuestro servicio a cuatro pacientes para llevar a cabo biopsia o extirpación de masas intraorbitarias mediante orbitotomía lateral, siempre a través de una incisión temporal. En todos los casos esta incisión permitió una amplia exposición del campo quirúrgico y la cómoda realización de la intervención, obteniéndose resultados estéticos y funcionales excelentes, y sin ninguna secuela ni complicación permanente. La complicación específica más frecuente de esta incisión es la paresia de la rama frontal del nervio facial. Una técnica de disección cuidadosa suele ser suficiente para evitarla. Todo esto hace que esta incisión, tal y como la describimos aquí, sea de elección para llevar a cabo la orbitotomía lateral, constituyendo en nuestro criterio una alternativa perfectamente válida y a tener en cuenta frente a las incisiones clásicas , a las que llega a superar en muchos aspectos. The lateral orbitotomy it still the surgical technique of choice for biopsies or the removal of intraorbital lesions that are lateral to the optic nerve, for biopsies of the optic nerve itself and for removing the lacrimal gland. Many skin incisions have been described for carrying out this surgical procedure, the most common at this moment being the upper eyelid crease incision. Although the results obtained with this incision tend to be acceptable, they are not exempt of complications, either aesthetic or functional. Over the last years new incisions have appeared that try to avoid these complications. Among the new approach routes to the lateral wall of the orbit is the temporal incision. Over the last three years four patients have undergone surgical procedures in order to carry out biopsies or for the removal of intraorbital
Pseudotumor orbitário em paciente com doen?a de Still do adulto: associa??o incomum
Scalcon, Márcia Regina Rosa;Cunha, Viviane Roseli da;Rossi, álvaro Garcia;Paiva, Eduardo dos Santos;
Revista Brasileira de Reumatologia , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0482-50042008000500012
Abstract: adult-onset still's disease is a rare systemic inflammatory disorder characterized by quotidian spiking fevers, evanescent rash, arthritis, and multiorgan involvement. ocular manifestations have been reported associated with the classical clinical findings of this disease. we describe a case of orbital pseudo tumor, an uncommon clinical condition, in a patient with diagnosis of adult-onset still's disease.
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