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Diseases of the Eye Sockets

Orbits (eye sockets) refer to the bony structures which support the eyeballs and other vital structures that enable the eye to see, feel, move and absorb impact. These include six muscles that move and rotate the eyes, nerves responsible for sensation and movement, and fat that allows the eyeball and its muscles to freely slide and absorb impact forces. Diseases of the orbit (eye sockets) may affect this wide variety of structures which can affect the function of the eyeball and vision.

​Some diseases of the eye sockets include:

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