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Orbital CT: Normal Anatomy “in vivo”

  • E. A. Cabanis
  • M. T. Iba-Zizen
  • V. Danicel
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Abstract

Since the works of Ambrose (1), Gawler (2) and Moseley (3), very many authors have specially studied normal and pathological orbital CT anatomy. Improved CT systems allow a much better approach of the orbito-facial region. This study deals with i/normal macroscopic, ii/biometric an iii/densitometric orbital anatomy.

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  • E. A. Cabanis
  • M. T. Iba-Zizen
  • V. Danicel

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