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Orbital Myositis: An Underrecognized Clinical Syndrome with a Need of Management Guidelines

  • Leyla Baysal Kirac (a1), Arman Cakar (a2), Yagmur Turkoglu (a1), Hazal-Ceren Ak (a1), Doga Coskun (a1), Sibel Ustun-Ozek (a1), Serap Uçler-Yaman (a1) and Betul Baykan (a2)...
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Correspondence to: Leyla Baysal Kirac, Neurology Department, Okmeydanı Research and Training Hospital, Darülaceze cad, no. 25, Okmeydani, Şişli, Istanbul, Turkey. Email: baysalleyla@gmail.com

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Orbital Myositis: An Underrecognized Clinical Syndrome with a Need of Management Guidelines

  • Leyla Baysal Kirac (a1), Arman Cakar (a2), Yagmur Turkoglu (a1), Hazal-Ceren Ak (a1), Doga Coskun (a1), Sibel Ustun-Ozek (a1), Serap Uçler-Yaman (a1) and Betul Baykan (a2)...

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