Primary Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Orbit in a patient with carney's
syndrome treated multidisciplinary approaches.
AbstractPrimary Orbital squamous cell carcinoma is an exceedingly rare
condition. This is mainly due to absence of native squamous epithelium
of the orbit itself. The number of reported cases of orbital squamous
cell carcinoma are very few. The presenting signs and symptoms can
sometimes be challenging and diagnosis is difficult. We are presenting a
case of primary squamous cell carcinoma in a patient with carneys
syndrome and the overall scenario and management is elaborated.