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Congenital orbital sudoriferous cyst: radiological findings

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We report an extremely unusual case of a 4-month-old boy who presented with a sudoriferous gland cyst of the orbit. Congenital sudoriferous cyst is extremely rare in both the adult and pediatric populations. The CT and MRI findings are presented and the pertinent literature reviewed.

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Haider, E., Saigal, G., Gill, D. et al. Congenital orbital sudoriferous cyst: radiological findings. Pediatr Radiol 35, 1142–1144 (2005). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00247-005-1523-6

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