Three cases of craniofacial fibrous dysplasia are reported, all presenting to the ophthalmologist first. They all had ocular complications due either to direct involvement of the orbital bones or to secondary complications. Sphenoidal mucocele is added to the other complications previously reported, and accordingly a classification of the various ways that fibrous dysplasia can affect the ocular structures is proposed.
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