CT based three-dimensional measurement of orbit and eye anthropometry.

@article{Weaver2010CTBT,
  title={CT based three-dimensional measurement of orbit and eye anthropometry.},
  author={Ashley A. Weaver and Kathryn L Loftis and Josh C Tan and Stefan M. Duma and Joel D. Stitzel},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2010},
  volume={51 10},
  pages={4892-7}
}
PURPOSE To measure eye and orbit anthropometric variation within the normal population by using CT images and to determine the effects of age and sex on eye and orbit anthropometry. Quantification of eye and orbit anthropometric variation within the normal population and between persons of different age and sex is important in the prediction and prevention of eye injury. METHODS A systematic method was developed to align head CT images three dimensionally and to measure ocular and orbital… CONTINUE READING

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