Author(s): Wan MK, Francis IC, Carter PR, Griffits R, van Rooijen ML,
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Abstract The general clinical, ophthalmologic, and radiologic features of three patients with silent sinus syndrome are presented. All three patients were treated surgically. The cases of these patients illustrate the spectrum of presentation of silent sinus syndrome, including enophthalmos, hypophthalmos, transient vertical diplopia, lid retraction, lagophthalmos, and blurred vision. All patients had sinus disease, and all patients improved after surgery using functional endoscopic sinus surgery techniques. The protean manifestations of silent sinus syndrome can be identified, thereby allowing appropriate management.
This article was published in J Neuroophthalmol
and referenced in Otolaryngology: Open Access