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Figure 1: Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomographic images, (a) soft-tissue window and (b) cerebral window showing a well-defined homogeneously enhancing mass lesion (arrows) in the medial extraconal space of left orbit, abutting the medial rectus muscle and oriented anteroposteriorly. Possibilities included schwannoma and hemangioma. (c and d): Axial T2-weighted and coronal fluid-attenuated inversion recovery magnetic resonance images demonstrate a well-defined spherical mass lesion (arrows) in the right retroocular space, causing proptosis. Further, there is indentation of the posterior sclera due to mass effect. The lesion is heterogeneously hyperintense on T2-weighted images. Possibility of orbital hemangioma was kept on imaging

Figure 1: Axial contrast-enhanced computed tomographic images, (a) soft-tissue window and (b) cerebral window showing a well-defined homogeneously enhancing mass lesion (arrows) in the medial extraconal space of left orbit, abutting the medial rectus muscle and oriented anteroposteriorly. Possibilities included schwannoma and hemangioma. (c and d): Axial T2-weighted and coronal fluid-attenuated inversion recovery magnetic resonance images demonstrate a well-defined spherical mass lesion (arrows) in the right retroocular space, causing proptosis. Further, there is indentation of the posterior sclera due to mass effect. The lesion is heterogeneously hyperintense on T2-weighted images. Possibility of orbital hemangioma was kept on imaging