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This is one volume of a series in diagnostic and therapeutic radiology under the general editorial supervision of Luther W. Brady, MD. Dr Arger has prepared this book along with fourteen coauthors. The text addresses itself to a description of the various radiological modalities used to evaluate exophthalmos.
After an introductory chapter on the plain film and tomographic anatomy of the orbit, chapters on plain film findings in developmental abnormalities, fractures, and tumors are included. The section on developmental abnormalities is rather well illustrated and comprehensive. The chapter on fractures is synoptic, but does illustrate the principal forms of local and more extensive periorbital fractures. The section on plain film findings in tumors is arranged according to the principal orbital area of involvement, ie, primary orbital lesions within and around the muscle cone; primary paranasal sinus and nasopharyngeal lesions; and primary intracranial lesions. Very few of the illustrations in this
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