The Sphenoid bones form part of the eye sockets (position of sphenoid bone relative to the cranial vault visualized below)

Location of Sphenoid Bone

Location of Sphenoid Bone - Frontal Cranial View

Position of Sphenoid Bone delineated in red in above frontal plane view of cranium

Right Sphenoid Torsion - skeletal view

Posterior View of SBS Articulation demonstrating a Right Sphenoid Torsion

Clinically, a Right Sphenoid Torsion can be diagnosed by a superiorly rotated right pupil (See Animation Below)

Right Sphenoid Torsion Animation

Right Sphenoid Torsion - Animation

Professor/Dr Brian A Rothbart

Director of Research - International Academy RPT

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