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Figure 1: (a) A 54-year-old male presented with slowly progressive proptosis in his right eye for more than 15 years. (b) Coronal orbital CT scan demonstrates a large intra-orbital cyst in the superotemporal aspect of the right orbit associated with an irregular bony erosion of the orbital roof and an inferior displacement of the globe. (c) Giant cells surround the clefts created by cholesterol crystals seen on histopathology evaluation of the cyst (H and E, ×10). (d) Six months following removal of the mass there is adequate cosmesis and no evidence of recurrence

Figure 1: (a) A 54-year-old male presented with slowly progressive proptosis in his right eye for more than 15 years. (b) Coronal orbital CT scan demonstrates a large intra-orbital cyst in the superotemporal aspect of the right orbit associated with an irregular bony erosion of the orbital roof and an inferior displacement of the globe. (c) Giant cells surround the clefts created by cholesterol crystals seen on histopathology evaluation of the cyst (H and E, ×10). (d) Six months following removal of the mass there is adequate cosmesis and no evidence of recurrence