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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Anatomy of the orbit: Axial computed tomography image (a) shows the compartments of orbit, coronal computed tomography image (b) shows the extraocular muscles and axial fluorodeoxyglucose image (c) demonstrates the physiological pattern of symmetrical intense fluorodeoxyglucose uptake in bilateral extraocular muscles (arrow) and low-grade uptake in eyelids (curved arrow). (1. intraconal space, 2. extraconal space, 3. globe, 4. optic nerve, 5. lateral rectus, 6. inferior rectus, 7. medial rectus, 8. superior oblique, and 9. superior rectus)

Figure 1: Anatomy of the orbit: Axial computed tomography image (a) shows the compartments of orbit, coronal computed tomography image (b) shows the extraocular muscles and axial fluorodeoxyglucose image (c) demonstrates the physiological pattern of symmetrical intense fluorodeoxyglucose uptake in bilateral extraocular muscles (arrow) and low-grade uptake in eyelids (curved arrow). (1. intraconal space, 2. extraconal space, 3. globe, 4. optic nerve, 5. lateral rectus, 6. inferior rectus, 7. medial rectus, 8. superior oblique, and 9. superior rectus)