enophthalmos


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Related to enophthalmos: Pancoast tumor, Horner syndrome, Anophthalmos
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en·oph·thal·mos

, enophthalmia
n. enoftalmia, hundimiento del globo ocular.
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The term "silent sinus syndrome" is characterized by unilateral progressive painless enophthalmos, hypoglobus and facial asymmetry due to chronic maxillary sinus atelectasis.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of the head and orbits demonstrated an unexpected atelectatic left maxillary sinus with a contracted orbital floor and ipsilateral enophthalmos, consistent with silent sinus syndrome (figure).
A 51-year-old woman presented with progressive left-sided enophthalmos and retrobulbar pain.
Common signs and symptoms include diplopia, enophthalmos, infraortbital hypoesthesia, and decreased extraocular movements.
There may be orbital injury, enophthalmos as well as opacification of the maxillary sinus.
a) ptosis b) anhidrosis c) retinal detachment d) enophthalmos e) miosis.
Horner's syndrome presents with ptosis and miosis, enophthalmos and anhydrosis, and was excluded on the basis of ipsilateral mydriasis and the absence of a high sensory or sympathetic block.
Hypotropia, enophthalmos, and ophthalmoplegia of the right eye were found.
1) Postoperative diplopia and enophthalmos are relatively common complications, despite apparently appropriate surgical repair.
As the swelling subsides there is often enophthalmos and diplopia.
1-3) Horner's syndrome characteristically presents with the tetrad of ptosis, miosis, anhidrosis and apparent enophthalmos secondary to a reduced palpebral fissure from upper-lid ptosis and elevation of the lower lid, so-called inverted ptosis.
4) The drawbacks to this approach included the development of enophthalmos and diplopia in several patients after the balloon was deflated and a failure to recognize the posterior extent of the fracture in 2 patients, which resulted in persistent diplopia.