Orbita

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Orbita (Wikipedia)
This article is about the anatomical space that contains the eye. For other uses, see Orbit (disambiguation) and Orbita (disambiguation).
Orbit
Eye orbit anatomy anterior2.jpg
Diagram of eye with surrounding superior, oblique, medial and inferior rectus muscles; supraorbital foramen shown above the eye, and inferior orbital fissure inferolaterally.
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Identifiers
Latin Orbita
MeSH A02.835.232.781.324.690
Dorlands
/Elsevier
12594914
TA A02.1.00.067
FMA 53074
Anatomical terminology

In anatomy, the orbit is the cavity or socket of the skull in which the eye and its appendages are situated. "Orbit" can refer to the bony socket, or it can also be used to imply the contents. In the adult human, the volume of the orbit is 30 millilitres (1.1 imp fl oz; 1.0 US fl oz), of which the eye occupies 6.5 ml (0.23 imp fl oz; 0.22 US fl oz). The orbital contents comprise the eye, the orbital and retrobulbar fascia, extraocular muscles, cranial nerves II, III, IV, V, and VI, blood vessels, fat, the lacrimal gland with its sac and nasolacrimal duct, the eyelids, medial and lateral palpebral ligaments, check ligaments, the suspensory ligament, septum, ciliary ganglion and short ciliary nerves.