Talk:Superior orbital fissure

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The mnemonic given, while admittedly memorable, is not great because it doesn't keep associated structures together. A good mnemonic would have L/F/N together as the three branches of V-1, and (S)uperior and (I)nferior divisions of III together. It may not be worth preserving, even if there is a citation to a user-submitted mnemonic free-for-all on the outer web. Bombyx 02:15, 28 June 2007 (UTC)