Cavernous Sinus

Monday, March 17th 2014. | Anatomy

Cavernous Sinus

Cavernous Sinus (or lateral sellar compartment) is intracranial, extradural anatomic region that contains much structures vital for visual function. Numerous disease processes along the skull base and in the cavernous sinus can have a major impact on vision or on ocular motility.
The cavernous sinus receives blood via the superior and inferior ophthalmic veins through the superior orbital fissure and from superficial cortical veins, and is connected to the basilar plexus of veins posteriorly. 
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