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Soft Tissue Mass in Middle Ear
Cholesteatoma
Chronic Otitis Media
Granulation Tissue
Cholesterol Granuloma
Glomus Tympanicum tumor
Aberrant internal carotid artery
Jugular bulb
Vascular MAss in Middle Ear
Glomus Tympanicum
Abberrant carotid artery
Carotid artery aneurysm
Perisitant stapedial artery
Exposed jugular bulb
Exposed carotid
Hemangioma
Glomus Jugulare (extensive)
Intracanalicular IAC masses
Acoustic Neuroma
Hemangioma
Lipoma

Meningioma
Epidermoid
Jugular Fossa Mass
Glomus Juglare (most common)
Neurofibroma (2nd)
Schwannoma Chondrosarcoma
Mets
Mastoid Bone Defect
Neoplastic
Cholesteatoma
Post-op or posttraumatic
Orbital Masses - Tumors
Hemangioma
Lymphoma
Mets
Lymphangioma
(Less commonly: Rhabdo, hemagioperycytoma, NF)
Orbital Masses Inflammatory
Pseudotumor (common)
Thyroid
Cellulitis
Wegener's
Orbital MAsses - Vascular
Carotid-Cavernous fistula
venous varix
Superior opthalmic vein thrombosis
Lacrimal Gland Disease
Adenitis
Lymphoma
Pseudotumor
Tumor
Orbital "Bone Disease
Subperiosteal abscess
Osteomyelitis
Fibrous dysplasia
tumors
Trauma
Intraconal disease -- well-defined margina
Hemangioma
Schwannoma
Orbital Varix
Meningioma
Intraconal disease -- ill-defined margins
Pseudotumor
Infection
Lymphoma
Mets
Intraconal disease -- Muscle enlargement
Pseudotumor
Grave's dz
Myositis
CC fistula
Optic Nerve Sheath enlargment
Optic nerve glioma
Meningioma
Meningeal carcinomatosis

Optic neuritis
Pseudotumor
Sarcoid
Tramtrack enhancment of orbital nerve
meningioma
optic neuritis
pseudotumor
sarcoid
leukemia, lymphoma
perioptic hemorrhage
mets
Ocular Muscle Enhancement
Thyroid ophthalmopathy (most)
psudotumor (painful)
infection
TB, sarcoid, cysticercosis
Childhood Orbital Masses
LO VISION
Leukemia
Optic Nerve glioma
Vascular malformation
Inflammation
Sarcoma (rhabdo)
Orbital pseudotumor
Neuroblastoma
LO VISION
Cystic Lesion of the orbit
Dermoid
Epidermoid
Teratoma
ABC
Cholestrol Granuloma
Colobomatous cyst
T1 hyperintense orbital mass
Melanoma
Rb
Chroidal mets
Hemangioma
Coat's disease
Persistent hyperplastic citreous
Hemorrhage
Phtisis bulbi
Intravitreal oil treatment
Globe calcifications
Rb
Astrocytic hamartoma
Choroidal osteoma
chrioretinitis
Phtisis bulbi
Drusen (MOST COMMON)
Sudden onset proptosis
Orbital Varix
Hemorrhage
CCF
Thrombosis of SOV
Lacrimal Gland Enlargment
Benign Lymphoid hyperplasia
Psudotumor
Sjogren
Mikulicz
Lymphoma
Pleomorphic Adenoma 75%
Adenoid Cystic carcinoma
Diffuse orbital bone abnormality
Fibrous dysplasia
Paget's
Thallessemia
Most common sinus tumor in children
Juvenile Angiofibroma
Parapharyngeal and Carotid Space Masses
Salivary gland tumors
Neurogenic tumors
Nasopharyngeal carcinoma
Lympadenopathy
Abscess
Prevertebral mass
Mets
Chordoma
Osteo
hematoma
Cystic Thyroid Lesions
Colloid cysts
Cystic degenratiion
Cystic papillary cacner
Cystic mets (papillary)
Cystic lesion lateral to carotid
Branchial cleft cyst
Cystic lesion in midline neck
Thyroglossal duct cyst
Cystic lesion in sublingual glands
Ranula
Solid Tumors of the neck
SCC
Lymphadenopathy
PArotid tumors
Neurilemomama, NF, Glomus
Mesenchymal, dermoid, teratoma
Vascular Head and Neck Masses
Glomus tumors
hemangioma
AVM
Aneurysm (often ICA)