Isolated Cysticercosis Of Inferior Rectus Muscle Presenting With Eccentric Proptosis – Case Report And Treatment Review
Dr. RAJIV KUMAR,Department of Microbiology Adesh Medical College & Hospital.Bathinda (INDIA)E.mail:email@example.com Tel. +919915022267
Intraocular infections by Cysticercus Cellulosae larvae are often found as part of a generalized systemic infestation. Reports of orbital adnexal cysticercosis are uncommon, despite the high incidence of brain and ocular involvement, with isolated infestation of extraocular muscle being exceedingly rare. We at our institute report a rare case of isolated right inferior rectus muscle cysticercosis which presented with unilateral eccentric proptosis and restriction of upward gaze.