Four patients with clinical and investigative features suggestive of cavernous sinus thrombosis are reported. Radiological investigations included computed tomography of head and orbits. The problem of clinical and radiological distinction from orbital infection is discussed. Serious intracranial complications developed in two patients and the value of computed tomography in detecting these is stressed.
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