Orbitale Cellulitis Presented with Multipl Cranial Nerve Paralysis

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ÖZAKIN E., Can R., Cevik A. A., ACAR N., Ozdemir O.

TURKISH JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY MEDICINE, vol.11, no.3, pp.115-118, 2011 (ESCI) identifier identifier


Orbitale cellulitis are infection of adnexial and orbitale tissues. Bacteries are more common causes in ethiology. Especially diabetes mellitus, chronic renal failure, malignancy and immunocompromision are predisposition factors for fungal infections. In this way it can lead to death without early diagnose and therapy. We presented, a 53-year-old woman rapidly and mortal orbital cellulitis patient because of the fact that result of clinical and imaging effecting is seen rare.