Head CT with thin-slice multiplanar reformation of the orbits
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Lateral extraconal retrobulbar haemorrhage on the right, displacing the extraocular muscles, conal structures and optic nerve medially, and the eyeball anteriorly. The haemorrhage most probably originates from an intraorbital venous malformation seen on a previous contrast-enhanced CT of the orbits (not shown).
Numerous venous malformations scattered throughout the head and neck, some with accompanying phleboliths, affecting the orbits, parotid glands, cutaneous and subcutaneous tissues, and essentially all spaces of the head and neck.
Left temporal craniectomy.