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Bilateral eyelid edema and orbital cellulitis associated with Pott's puffy tumor.

Pott's puffy tumor is rarely associated with orbital cellulitis. We describe a pediatric patient with Pott's puffy tumor and right-sided orbital cellulitis. He underwent urgent surgical drainage of a glabellar subperiosteal abscess and completed a six week course of intravenous antibiotics with complete resolution of infection and no long-term sequelae. Close monitoring with imaging for intracranial spread and multidisciplinary surgical intervention are commonly recommended.

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