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A Coronal CT (bone window) at the dorsal opening of the optic canal. 14 c d Fig. a Coronal CT at the level of the optic canal. 13 = pterygopalatine fossa. c Corresponding bone window. 4 = temporal bone 34 W. Wichmann and W. 2 c d Fig. a Coronal CT at the orbital apex. 2 = middle cranial fossa. c Corresponding bone window. 2 c d Fig. a Coronal CT at the midorbital region. 14 = ophthalmic artery. c Corresponding bone window. 1 = anterior cranial fossa 36 W. Wichmann and W. 1 c d Fig. a Coronal CT at the level of the posterior globe.
On the other hand, protons bound to macromolecules would show a fast relaxation by dissipating their energy to the environment and a loss of coherence. The MRI characteristics of tissue are deﬁned by the composition of these components, represented in this paper in a simpliﬁed manner. Manipulation of the MRI examination parameters enables us to enhance the differences between the local tissues, resulting in a better inherent contrast. The terms T1weighted (T1w), proton density-weighted (PDw) or T2-weighted (T2w) characterize MRI sequences or images and deﬁne the more pronounced biophysical effect of the speciﬁc image information.