Case 210


Fifty year old female patient sought treatment for ocular proptosis on the right side, excessive tearing, eye discomfort and headache for 4 years. Visual examinations of mobility and accuracy were normal. She denies episodes of head trauma. Due to suspition of Graves' ophthalmopathy, measurings of TSH and T4 hormones were requested, but were within the reference values. Continuing the workup, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance of the head were requested.

Bearing in mind the clinical presentation and the given exams, which diagnosis is more likely?

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