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20. Oblique anatomical section through the optic nerve, between the optic disk and the optic canal. The sinuous course of the optic nerve in primary gaze position is evident I, OPIICU" anah'llllllC'll'. (u .. l le :11:. "" Main Individual Structures and Planes 27 Fig. 21a, b. Paraxial computer reformation, corresponding to Fig. 20. a Plane of reformation; b paraxial reformation a, b a,b Fig. 22a, b. Paraxial computer reformation perpendicular to the orbital (a) and intracranial (b) opening of the optic canal.
Anatomy of a Motherboard Article by Marty Sems Lori Garris