I just released a new study guide for oculoplastics (orbit, eyelids, and lacrimal system) as part of my plan to format and release my notes from residency. It's been a slow process, but depending on the feedback and response I'll work on releasing study guides for other subjects within Ophthalmology!
To be honest, I wasn't completely sure whether to categorize this topic under oculoplastics or ophthalmic pathology. Arguments definitely could be made for either, or both.
In any case, there are 3 major tumors that affect the lacrimal gland: orbital lymphoma, pleomorphic adenoma of the lacrimal gland, and adenoid cystic carcinoma of the lacrimal gland. If you see a test question about a tumor of the lacrimal gland, it is going to be one of those three conditions (probably).
The orbital roof separates the orbit from the anterior cranial fossa, which houses the frontal lobes of the brain. There are several structures and features regarding the orbital roof that we need to remember. While this article will try to list most of the important features of the orbital roof, it is by no means comprehensive.