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Figure 3: (a) Axial MRI image (T1 with fat saturation). Note the spindle-like tumor of the left optic nerve that caused the proptosis (yellow arrows) (b) Axial MRI image (T2 with fat saturation) demonstrating a well defined retro bulbar mass in the left orbital cavity. Note that there is no sign of intracranial extension and that the optic nerve is masked by the lesion (red arrows) (c) Coronal MRI image showing a slightly difference of signal intension between orbital cavities (green arrows)

Figure 3: (a) Axial MRI image (T1 with fat saturation). Note the spindle-like tumor of the left optic nerve that caused the proptosis (yellow arrows) (b) Axial MRI image (T2 with fat saturation) demonstrating a well defined retro bulbar mass in the left orbital cavity. Note that there is no sign of intracranial extension and that the optic nerve is masked by the lesion (red arrows) (c) Coronal MRI image showing a slightly difference of signal intension between orbital cavities (green arrows)