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Skull Base. 2002 May; 12(2): 73–76.
PMCID: PMC1656920

Blepharocele After Head Injury

Abstract

Blepharocele is a rare complication of skull base injury involving the orbital roof. We present a 23-year-old male who developed blepharocele due to an orbital rim fracture and basal dural tear. His vision remained intact. The lesion resolved completely after surgical repair of the basal dura.

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