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What is the most common skin cancer around the eye?
Basal cell carcinoma
What is the second most common skin cancer around the eye?
Squamous cell carcinoma
What is the most common benign orbital mass in childhood?
Capillary hemangioma
What is the most common malignant mass in childhood?
Rhabdomyosarcoma
What along the lateral suture is the most common orbital mass in childhood?
Dermoid cyst
-Vision is intact with completely normal eye movements
-Infection is anterior to septum
-Usually treated with oral antibiotics
-Rarely requires surgery
What type of cellulitis?
Pre-Septal Cellulitis
-Abnml pupil response with decreased vision and proptosis
-Restricted ocular movements and diplopia (double vision)
-Treated with IV antibiotics
-Often requires surgery of both orbit and sinus
What type of cellulitis?
Post-Septal Cellulitis
When is surgery for an orbital blow-out fracture indicated?
One or more of the following symptoms present 2 weeks after injury:
1.Double vision
2.Limitation of ocular motility
3.Significant enopthalmos (globe "pushed" in)
4.Infra-orbital numbness
What is the most common cause of adult exophthalmos, both unilateral and bilateral?
Thyroid eye disease
What percentage of both benign and malignant primary orbital disease is found in patients over 50?
30%
If a patient is 55, what are the odds that his/her orbital mass or abnormality is the first presentation of a systemic disease, often a malignancy.
>25%
If a patient is over 70, what are the odds that his/her orbital mass or abnomrality is the first presentation of a systemic disease, often a malignancy.
>65%