Orbital Disorders

\r\n Orbital inflammation can affect any or all structures within the orbit. The inflammatory response can be nonspecific, granulomatous, or due to reactive lymphoid hyperplasia. The inflammation can be part of an underlying medical disorder or can exist in isolation. Patients of all ages can be affected. The process can be acute or chronic and can recur. The orbit (the eye socket) and the eyelids work in conjunction to protect the eye and its muscles. Ophthalmoscopy is done as a part of an eye exam and will be done as part of a routine physical exam. Various tumours may grow or spread to the eye socket or the eyelids and must be removed in order to protect our patient’s vision.

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