Man presents with gradual, painless enophthalmos

A 39-year-old man presented to his ophthalmologist with a complaint of his right eye looking “different” from his left eye for the past 6 months. He denied any pain, foreign body sensation, double vision or other ocular complaints. He also denied any history of trauma or recent facial surgery; he had a history of a broken nose as a teenager and nasal surgery to correct it at that time.

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