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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph of patient showing eschar involving left periocular skin. Eyelids and ocular structures cannot be differentiated, (b) T1-weighted axial magnetic resonance image scan through the mid-orbit level. Left globe is not visualized. There is an ill-defined isointense mass in the left orbit. Extension is seen through the superior orbital fissure and into the cavernous sinus, (c) T2-weighted coronal section through the orbit and maxillary sinus. There is mucosal thickening and opacification of the maxillary sinus. Diffuse hypo- to iso-intense mass filling up the extraconal and intraconal space. Globe is not identifiable, (d) T2-weighted axial scan through the orbit. Extraocular muscles are enlarged. Ill-defined mass infiltrating orbital structures and fat, showing mixed intensity signal in intraconal and extraconal space

Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph of patient showing eschar involving left periocular skin. Eyelids and ocular structures cannot be differentiated, (b) T1-weighted axial magnetic resonance image scan through the mid-orbit level. Left globe is not visualized. There is an ill-defined isointense mass in the left orbit. Extension is seen through the superior orbital fissure and into the cavernous sinus, (c) T2-weighted coronal section through the orbit and maxillary sinus. There is mucosal thickening and opacification of the maxillary sinus. Diffuse hypo- to iso-intense mass filling up the extraconal and intraconal space. Globe is not identifiable, (d) T2-weighted axial scan through the orbit. Extraocular muscles are enlarged. Ill-defined mass infiltrating orbital structures and fat, showing mixed intensity signal in intraconal and extraconal space