Orbital Cellulitis

Symptoms of an Orbital Fracture

The bones around your eye make up the orbital socket. They form a cup-like structure with walls and a floor. The bones that protect your eyeballs have a rim that is very thick and difficult to break. The upper and lower parts of the rim are formed from your forehead and cheekbones, respectively. The bones […]

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Cellulitis and Your Eyes

Cellulitis is a type of infection that usually affects the skin. This infection can occur anywhere on the body, including around the eyes. When cellulitis develops in the eye area, it is vital that an accurate diagnosis is obtained. Two types of cellulitis may appear to affect the eyelid: preseptal cellulitis and orbital cellulitis. To

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