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Neurochirurgie
Vol 48, N° 2-3  - mai 2002
pp. 101-103
Doi : NCHIR-05-2002-48-2-0028-3770-101019-ART8
Hématome sub-périosté de l'orbite associé à une lame d'hématome extradural sous-frontal
À propos d'un cas
 

A. Naja [1], A. Chellaoui [1], K. Ibahioin [1], M. Benhaddou [2], A. Moutawakil [2], A. El Kamar [1], A. El Azhari [1], A. Amraoui [2]
[1]  Service de Neurochirurgie,
[2]  Service d'Ophtalmologie, Centre Hospitalo-Universitaire Ibn Rochd, Casablanca, Maroc.

Tirés à part : A. Naja [2] , 567, boulevard Mohamed-VI (ex-route de Médiouna), appt. 433, Casablanca, Maroc.

Abstract
Subperiosteal hematoma of the orbit associated with subfrontal extradural hematoma

Subperosteal hematoma is rarely associated with extradural hematoma and orbital roof fracture. We report a case observed in a 16-year-old boy who developed exophthalmos, diplopia and visual loss after blunt head trauma. Computed tomography demonstrated the subperiosteal hematoma associated with a thin extradural hematoma and an orbital roof fracture. The hematomas were removed during the same procedure via fronto-orbito craniotomy. Surgery led to complete recovery without functional sequelae. We stress the importance of early diagnosis and treatment of post-traumatic exophthalmos.

Keywords: subperiosteal hematoma , extradural hematoma , exophthalmos , computed tomography






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