Cavernous hemangiomas

      They are one of the more common orbital tumors in adults. They are benign, well-encapsulated lesions with wide vascular spaces. They appear as high-absorption lesions on plain CT and demonstrate marked homogeneous contrast enhancement. They have well-defined margins and are round or oval in shape. Endnote Most are found in the intraconal space, lateral to the optic nerve. MR imaging displays nonspecific prolongation of both T1 and T2. Their vascular nature is not apparent on MR because they are not high flow lesions. Endnote

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