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Dacryocystocele with dacryocystitis and periorbital cellulitis

Bautista CB - MedPix (2010)

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Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Dacryocystocele with dacryocystitis and periorbital cellulitis

History: A 4 month-old boy presents with left eye swelling for about 48hours that started with dark discoloration on left lower lid. No history of trauma.

Findings: A cystic mass located anteromedial to left globe

Ddx: • Dacryocystocele with or without dacryocystitis • Periorbital cellulitis • Orbital cellulitis • Meningocele • Encephalomeningocele • Hemangioma • Dermoid cyst • Glioma

Dxhow: Head CT imaging

Exam: Afebrile. Left eye has periorbital swelling with palpable mass on medial canthus. No discharge.

No MeSH data available.


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Dacryocystocele with dacryocystitis and periorbital cellulitis

Bautista CB - MedPix (2010)

A cystic mass with located anteromedial to left globe
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MPX1433_synpic52648: A cystic mass with located anteromedial to left globe

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Uniformed Services University

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Dacryocystocele with dacryocystitis and periorbital cellulitis

History: A 4 month-old boy presents with left eye swelling for about 48hours that started with dark discoloration on left lower lid. No history of trauma.

Findings: A cystic mass located anteromedial to left globe

Ddx: • Dacryocystocele with or without dacryocystitis • Periorbital cellulitis • Orbital cellulitis • Meningocele • Encephalomeningocele • Hemangioma • Dermoid cyst • Glioma

Dxhow: Head CT imaging

Exam: Afebrile. Left eye has periorbital swelling with palpable mass on medial canthus. No discharge.

No MeSH data available.