volume 55, issue 6, P885-900 2009
DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-3768.1977.tb05669.x
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E. NIKOSKELAINEN, D. R. ENZMANN, R. L. SOGG, A. R. ROSENTHAL

Abstract: The value of orbital CCT scans was studied by grouping the CCT scans of 196 patients into clinical diagnostic categories. In 83% of patients with suspected Graves' ophthalmopathy, CCT confirmed the diagnosis. The CCT scan differentiated patients with Graves' disease from those with orbital pseudotumour or malignancies. The CCT scan was positive in 92% or patients with proven orbital malignancies. In 73% of patients with proptosis of unknown aetiology, and in 56% of patients with ocular motility problems, the C…

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