Computed Tomography of the Orbit with Special Emphasis on Coronal Sections
Computed tomography (CT) is an extremely valuable noninvasive method for evaluating orbital soft-tissue structures. The possibility of scanning in the coronal plane has added a new dimension to the study. Direct enlargement viewing of scans on the display console has disclosed minute anatomic and pathologic details.
KeywordsCoronal Plane Coronal Section Extraocular Muscle Dermoid Cyst Lateral Rectus
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