Two cases of orbital myositis are reported in which precise identification of the involved muscle was possible with the use of surface coil nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging. A clinical response to oral steroids in both cases coincided with a marked reduction in the abnormal thickening of the muscles as seen on the NMR images.
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