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Figure 1: (a) External colored clinical photograph of the patient showing right-sided proptosis, chemosis, and exposure keratopathy. Patient had restricted extraocular motility in all direction of gazes. (b) CT scan, axial cut showing right diffuse orbital edema with enlarged medial and lateral recti (arrows). The superior ophthalmic vein and cavernous sinus cannot be commented upon. (c) MRI scan, T2-weighted axial cuts showing right periorbital edema, engorged and prominent superior ophthalmic vein (small arrow). The cavernous sinus is distended with altered signal intensity (bigger arrow)

Figure 1: (a) External colored clinical photograph of the patient showing right-sided proptosis, chemosis, and exposure keratopathy. Patient had restricted extraocular motility in all direction of gazes. (b) CT scan, axial cut showing right diffuse orbital edema with enlarged medial and lateral recti (arrows). The superior ophthalmic vein and cavernous sinus cannot be commented upon. (c) MRI scan, T2-weighted axial cuts showing right periorbital edema, engorged and prominent superior ophthalmic vein (small arrow). The cavernous sinus is distended with altered signal intensity (bigger arrow)