Primary Invasive Orbital Aspergillosis in an Immunocompetent Patient
Primary invasive orbital aspergillosis is a rare but fatal entity. It is commonly seen in immunocompromised patients with sinus pathology. The clinical spectrum of disease is variable which could delay in diagnosis and management of patients. Treatment includes surgical excision and systemic antifungals. Here we report a case of primary invasive orbital aspergillosis an immune-competent patient who managed successfully with surgical excision and a course of oral antifungal. The patient had not shown any recurrence in follow up period of one year.