Orbital cellulitis. Usually this is from trauma, untreated blepharitis and/or paranasal sinus infxn.
(if similar presentation but ∅ proptosis, ↓ EOM, or vision loss = Perieri*orbital cellulitis which can be treated w/ PO meds outpatient)
Management includes, Admit, CT Head+Orbits, Blood cultures x2, IV Abx and Optho consult needed. This is a lesion posterior to the orbital septum. (Peri is anterior...that's why it is also called Pre-septal cellulitis)
Most common organisms include H. influenzae, S. pneumoniae, Staphylococcus, or Streptococcus
↑ risk of cavernous sinus thrombosis and meningitis