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Figure 1: Primary lacrimal gland tumor in an adult, clinical and radiological imaging. (a and b) External photograph of a 20-year-old male with a mass in the left lacrimal gland. CT orbit coronal view (c) reveal a well-defined hypodense mass with no bony abnormality. MRI orbit reveals a hyperintense signal on both T1 (d) and T2 sequences (e and f)

Figure 1: Primary lacrimal gland tumor in an adult, clinical and radiological imaging. (a and b) External photograph of a 20-year-old male with a mass in the left lacrimal gland. CT orbit coronal view (c) reveal a well-defined hypodense mass with no bony abnormality. MRI orbit reveals a hyperintense signal on both T1 (d) and T2 sequences (e and f)