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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: (A) The patient on presentation after trivial trauma to the forehead, with swelling seen on the right eye. (B) Increased intraorbital swelling causing severe proptosis with exposure keratopathy causing decrease in vision. (C) Computed tomography orbit showing hyperdense biconvex lesion in the superior orbit, suggestive of subperiosteal haematoma with the orbital roof intact. (D) After wide-bore needle aspiration, drain was put as there was continuous bleed. (E) Postoperative one-week proptosis completely reduced with resolving corneal infiltrates. (F) At one-month follow up, the patient had an inferior corneal opacity with vision of 6/12.

Figure 1: (<b>A</b>) The patient on presentation after trivial trauma to the forehead, with swelling seen on the right eye. (<b>B</b>) Increased intraorbital swelling causing severe proptosis with exposure keratopathy causing decrease in vision. (<b>C</b>) Computed tomography orbit showing hyperdense biconvex lesion in the superior orbit, suggestive of subperiosteal haematoma with the orbital roof intact. (<b>D</b>) After wide-bore needle aspiration, drain was put as there was continuous bleed. (<b>E</b>) Postoperative one-week proptosis completely reduced with resolving corneal infiltrates. (<b>F</b>) At one-month follow up, the patient had an inferior corneal opacity with vision of 6/12.