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From: Factors for postoperative recurrence of orbital solitary fibrous tumor: an analysis of long‐term clinical follow‐up results from a Chinese tertiary hospital

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Case 1. The patient was a 23-year-old with a chronic disease process and left exophthalmos for more than 10 months. a, b: CT and MRI showed that the tumor was located in the muscle cone behind the eyeball and compressed the optic nerve. c, d: After the Transfronto-orbital approach was given to the craniotomy, the MRI re-examinations immediately after the operation and 1 year after the operation showed that the tumor was removed completely without recurrence, and the optic nerve was protected. There was no recurrence after 5 years of MRI follow-up

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