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Figure 2: The left eye demonstrating the three periorbital hollows. The red line marks the septal confluence hollow that divides the orbicularis roll (above) and fat bag (below). The green line marks the orbital rim hollow. Medially it represents the tear trough. Note the widened triangular pit along the mid-pupillary line. The orbital rim hollow marks the lower limit of fat bag. Orbital rim hollow can sometimes be visible along the superior orbital rim. The blue line represents the zygomatic hollow, which extends inferomaterally from the mid-point of orbital rim hollow. The triangular area between the lateral half of the orbital rim hollow and the zygomatic hollow is termed as the triangular malar mound (asterix)

Figure 2: The left eye demonstrating the three periorbital hollows. The red line marks the septal confluence hollow that divides the orbicularis roll (above) and fat bag (below). The green line marks the orbital rim hollow. Medially it represents the tear trough. Note the widened triangular pit along the mid-pupillary line. The orbital rim hollow marks the lower limit of fat bag. Orbital rim hollow can sometimes be visible along the superior orbital rim. The blue line represents the zygomatic hollow, which extends inferomaterally from the mid-point of orbital rim hollow. The triangular area between the lateral half of the orbital rim hollow and the zygomatic hollow is termed as the triangular malar mound (asterix)