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From: Orbital apex syndrome: an unusual complication of herpes zoster ophthalmicus

Figure 2

Orbital MRI findings. a On day 6 of admission, there was enhancement and swelling of the left extraocular muscles (arrows) on T2-weighted images; and mild enhancement of the left optic nerve sheath (arrowhead), left posterior orbital wall, and left orbital apex on contrast-enhanced T1-weighted images. b At 180 days after the onset of symptoms, there were no significant changes compared with the MRI findings on day 6 of admission.

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