A clinical case of knapsack-shaped dermoid orbital cyst

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In the present article, two clinical cases of knapsack-shaped dermoid orbital cyst are presented. Diagnosis and treatment were performed in an ophthalmological department with oncology specialization of a multi-functional hospital.

Ol’ga A Marchenko

Author for correspondence.
oamarchenko@yandex.ru
Ophthalmologic Center of City hospital No 2, Saint Petersburg
Russian Federation

ophthalmologist

Vitaly V Potemkin

potem@inbox.ru
FSBEI HE I.P. Pavlov SPbSMU MOH Russia
Russian Federation

PhD, assistant professor. Department of Ophthalmology

Yuliya I Malakhova

julia_lady_m@mail.ru
FSBEI HE I.P. Pavlov SPbSMU MOH Russia
Russian Federation

resident. Department of Ophthalmology

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