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Orbit/Oculoplastics quiz 23: A sixty year-old man with unilateral proptosis
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Ann-Marie Lobo, MD | Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary and Harvard Medical School
Sureka Thiagalingam | Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
Calliope Allen | Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary

May 20, 2007
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Figure 1
The patient displaying unilateral proptosis

Case History
A sixty year-old man with lymphoma presents with unilateral proptosis.
1. What is the differential diagnosis?

2. What are characteristic signs on exam?

3. What types of diagnostic tests should be done to confirm the diagnosis?

4. What are the options for treatment and further management of this condition?
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