Jhw

Fatty body of the orbit

Levator palpebrae superioris muscle

Superior rectus muscle

Medial orbital gyrus

Olfactory trigone

Subcallosal gyrus

Frontomarginal gyrus

Trochlea of the superior oblique muscle

Gyrus rectus

Olfactory sulcus

Posterior orbital gyrus

Frontomarginal gyrus

Trochlea of the superior oblique muscle

Gyrus rectus

Olfactory sulcus

Posterior orbital gyrus

Superior frontal gyrus (Fl)

Anterior orbital gyrus

Lateral orbital gyrus

Superior rectus muscle

Lacrimal gland

Superior oblique muscle

Medial rectus muscle

Sclera

Superior frontal gyrus (Fl)

Anterior orbital gyrus

Lateral orbital gyrus

Superior rectus muscle

Lacrimal gland

Superior oblique muscle

Medial rectus muscle

Sclera

Frontopolar gyrus Frontomarg trial sulcus Medial orbital gyrus

... Levator palpebrae superiors muscle Lateral rectus muscle

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Inferior oblique muscle Inferior rectus muscle Infraorbital nerve (V2)

Supratrochlear Gyrus artery rectus

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Inferior frontal sulcus

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3)

Anterior frontal gyrus

Lateral orbital gyrus Lacrimal artery Supraorbital artery Superior oblique muscle Medial rectus muscle Orbital fat Olfactory bulb

Infraorbital nerve (V2)

Superior frontal sulcus

Supraorbital sulcus

Olfactory sulcus

Medial orbital gyrus

Levator palpebrae superioris muscle

Superior rectus muscle

Lateral rectus muscle

Optic nerve

Superior frontal gyrus (Fi)

Superior frontal sulcus

Supraorbital sulcus

Olfactory sulcus

Medial orbital gyrus

Levator palpebrae superioris muscle

Superior rectus muscle

Lateral rectus muscle

Optic nerve

Superior frontal gyrus (Fl )

Superior frontal sulcus

Middle frontal gyrus (F2)

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars triangularis

Inferior frontal sulcus

Inferior frontal gyrus (F3), pars orbitalis

Lateral orbital sulcus

Lateral orbital gyrus

Posterior orbital gyrus

Medial orbital gyrus

Gyrus rectus

Olfactory sulcus h

Cängulate sulcus

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