Carol A. Lundin, MD


Carotid-Cavernous Sinus Fistula

September 14, 2005

Redness, irritation, and diplopia developed over 2 to 3 weeks in a 55-year-old man's left eye. The injection worsened and was unresponsive to eye drops. Ptosis, mild proptosis, and elevated intraocular pressure developed. A bruit was auscultated over the affected eye.

Orbital Floor Fracture

August 02, 2004

Four hours before he arrived at the emergency department, a 33-year-old man had been struck in the face by a rock. A laceration and periorbital hematoma were noted on the left side of the patient’s face. He complained of pain in this area. There was no history of intraocular disease. The left globe was intact, and no neurologic deficit was found.

Cutaneous Signs of Vascular Disorders: Carotid–Cavernous Sinus Fistula

April 02, 2004

Redness, irritation, and diplopia developedover 2 to 3 weeks in a 55-yearoldman’s left eye (A). The injectionworsened and was unresponsive toeye drops. Ptosis, mild proptosis, andelevated intraocular pressure developed.A bruit was auscultated overthe affected eye.