Differential Diagnosis of Orbital Disease . Optometry 8570 Fall, 2008 Edward S. Jarka , O.D., M.S. Anatomy of Importance:. Intraorbital part of the optic nerve is longer than the distance between the back of the globe and the optic foramen.
Edward S. Jarka, O.D., M.S.
9 General Signs – Name them
F.R.O.M. of EOM’s
Normal Visual Acuity
Reduced Visual AcuityInfections in/around the Orbit
In Wall: 1 = Oculomotor; 2 = Trochlear; 4 = V1; 5 = V2
In Sinus: 3 = Abducens; 6 = Autonomic Plexus; 7 = Internal Carotid
2) Blood flow Dynamics
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