In their article on hemorrhage into an inferior orbital pseudocyst, McCannel et al1 did not mention the funduscopic examination. That portion of the article may have been deleted by the reviewer. If so, that deletion was unfortunate because a dilated retinal examination with indirect ophthalmoscopy usually will help make the diagnosis.
The patient I treated with a similar condition underwent an orbital floor fracture repair and implantation with a polymeric silicone (Silastic) plate 15 years ear
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