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Fig. 3 | BMC Ophthalmology

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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

Fig. 3

Case 3. The patient was a 78-year-old with a chronic disease process, left exophthalmos, and vision loss for more than 19 years. a: MRI showed that the main body of the tumor was located lateral orbit and invaded the intracranial dura, and cavernous sinus through the superior orbital fissure (arrow). b: The tumor broke through the dura mater of the skull base and invaded the intracranial structure (arrow). c, d: After the Transfronto-orbital approach was given to the craniotomy, the MRI re-examinations immediately after the operation showed that the tumors involving the cavernous sinus and intracranial were removed completely. There was no recurrence after 3 years of MRI follow-up

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