Following peripheral nerve injury, axons often regenerate. Pathologic regeneration may result in a traumatic neuroma causing debilitating pain. Although rare in the orbit, some cases after enucleation, pterygium excision, and strabismus surgery have been reported.1,2 Baldeschi et al3 reported a traumatic neuroma following orbital decompression based on history, symptoms, and radiologic findings. However, no histopathologic confirmation was reported. In our case, traumatic neuroma was confirmed by histopathologic and immunohistochemistry findings.