- Due to chronic inflammation of frontal or ethmoid sinus
- Lesion erodes sinus wall, produces downward and lateral displacement of globe
- Insidious onset with slow and asymptomatic enlargement
- Cystic mass lined by ciliated, mucus-secreting columnar epithelium with scarring and inflammation
End of Eye > Orbit and optic nerve > Mucocele of orbit
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