We are looking for a doctor that can help my dad. He is diagnosed with inflammatory orbital inflammation - and he is in the pain very much ((. His doctor is very nice but she gives up on him - she just doesn't know what to do anymore. She wrote a letter which I cut and paste below:
If someone know a doctor that is an expert and can help us - please please email me: ***@****.
currently my dad is visiting us (he lives in Israel) and we're located in NJ
February 06, 2007
To whom it may concern
I know Mr. S.L. since March 2005, when he first presented to the emergency room because of 1t orbital pain, 1t proptosis, chemosis and diplopia. Per history: hypertension, diabetes mellitus, IHD, S/P bilateral carotid endarterecomy. He was hospitalized for work-up and treatment. CT scan of the orbit showed apical mass in the 1t orbit, that extended anteriorly, inferomedialy into the extraconal space. There was no bone destruction ( and even some hyperostosis of the orbital flour).
There was some condensation in the roof of the maxillary sinus on that side and the ENT took a biopsy of the sinus, as the mass in the orbit was too posterior. The biopsy showed some inflammatory cells with no other findings. Bone marrow biopsy showed no evidence of bone marrow involvement by lymphoproliferative disorder. Many blood tests to rule out sarcoidosis, wegeners granulomatosis and other vascular diseases were negative. Bence Jones proteins in the urinr were negative. S. was treated with ...