volume 47, issue 6, P426-432 1957
DOI: 10.3109/00016925709170917
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Torstein I. Bertelsen,
Olaf Petersen

Abstract: In the diagnosis of non-inflammatory, space-filling lesions in the orbit, roentgenography has hitherto been of limited value. The retrobulbar soft tissues are so surrounded by bones that superimposition occurs. Furthermore, tomography does not permit an exact evaluation of the ;ndividual soft-tissue components of the orbit. It is true that roentgenography can disclose destruction in the bony frame of the orbit and thus afford important data regarding the origin of the space-filling lesion, e. g. whether it is …

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