Orbital rhabdomyosarcoma

Case contributed by Elshan Abdullayev
Diagnosis possible


Orbital mass growing by the time.

Patient Data

Age: 45 years
Gender: Female

There's a huge mass with necrotic and calcified lesions inside, expanding left orbit, with the displacement of left eye globe anteriorly. The mass is involving the paranasal sinuses and the nasal cavity. Destruction is seen in the frontal and maxillary bones. 

Case Discussion

The most probable diagnosis is rhabdomyosarcoma. Neurofibroma is in the differential diagnosis. 

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