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A sixteen-year review of ninety-four cases of orbital tumor Haruyoshi Ogino 1 , Mutsumi Yoshihara 1 , Noriko Saitou 1 , Yoji Kashima 1 , Hiroshi Ishikawa 1 1Dept of Ophthalmol, Nihon Univ Sch of Med pp.923-928
Published Date 2000/5/15
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1410908940
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We reviewed 94 cases of histologically diagnosed orbital tumor during 16 years through 1998. They accounted for 0.093% of all eye patients during the past 10 years. The orbital tumor occurred as primary lesion in 34 cases, metastatic in 11 and secondary in 49 cases. Paranasal cyst was the most frequent (31%) followed by paranasal carcinoma (16%) . Exophthalmos was the most outstanding clinical manifestation in 70 cases (74%) followed by impaired ocular motility in 41 cases (44%) . Multidirectional ophthalmoplegia with impaired vision was present in 8 out of 19 cases of malignant tumors.


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