High-resolution MR imaging anatomy of the orbit. Correlation with comparative cryosectional anatomy.Radiol Clin North Am. 1998 Nov; 36(6):1021-45, ix.RC
High resolution MR imaging of the orbit enables visualization of anatomic details in the orbit, including important blood vessels, muscles, nerves and connective tissue structures. The best resolution of anatomic details currently is obtained by using surface coils and T1-weighted spin echo sequences. Some examples of clinical applications demonstrate that a detailed knowledge of orbital imaging anatomy is a prerequisite for successful interpretation of clinical MR images. Additionally, this noninvasive diagnostic technique may be used for anatomical in vivo studies.