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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In cases of Horner's syndrome, there may be partial ptosis, miosis, anhidrosis, with or without enophthalmos.
On examination patient had diplopia in up and down gaze, an enophthalmos of 2 mm with restricted occular movements in levo and dextro elevation and depression and a PFH difference of 2 mm between the two eyes.
Signs of entropion include epiphora, moisture on eyelid margins and eyelids, mucopurulent discharge, blepharospasm, enophthalmos.
It is characterized by the presence of myosis, ptosis, and anhidrosis, with or without enophthalmos.
surgery, and possible outcomes, particularly limitation in horizontal gaze positions, enophthalmos, and narrowing of the lid fissure.
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).
He had partial leftsided eyelid ptosis with apparent enophthalmos of the left globe.
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.
Treatment of enophthalmos using corrective osteotomy with concomitant cartilage-graft implantation.
Significant complications can occur as a result of these injuries, including enophthalmos, diplopia, and restriction of gaze.