Orbital Cavity

Orbital Cavity Photo

The orbital hole is the defensive hard attachment for the globe together with the optic nerve, visual muscles, nerves, veins, and lacrimal organ. These structures are encompassed by orbital greasy tissue. The orbital depression is formed like a channel that opens anteriorly and poorly. The six visual muscles begin at the pinnacle of the pipe around the optic nerve and embed into the globe. The globe moves inside the orbital cavity as in a joint attachment.

  • Developmental Anomalies
  • Orbital Inflammation
  • Tumors
  • Vascular Disorders
  • Orbital Surgery
  • Orbital Involvement in Autoimmune Disorders

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