Human head and neck Inferior oblique muscle

Connective tissue layer: Cornea (anterior)Connective tissue layer: Cornea (anterior)
Sclera white – Cornea transparent because the collagen fibers in the Cornea are perfectly parallel. The border between the Cornea and the Sclera is called Limbus (lat border). Inferior oblique muscle
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Author: Ida Lucy Iacobucci, 2015Author: Ida Lucy Iacobucci, 2015
Inferior oblique muscle
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Proforma for registration of dissertationProforma for registration of dissertation
A study for evaluation of surgical dosing for the correction of inferior oblique overaction”. Inferior oblique muscle
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D170 W15 Senses WilliamsD170 W15 Senses Williams
This lesson combines general sensory receptors from Chapter 15 and some of the special senses in Chapter 15 (pages 428 – 432, 488 – 503). You will only be responsible for the special senses of taste, smell, and vision. Inferior oblique muscle
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Muscle transposition surgery Transposition of the rectus muscles to treat a or V pattern strabismusMuscle transposition surgery Transposition of the rectus muscles to treat a or V pattern strabismus
A and V pattern strabismus that occurs in the absence of oblique muscle dysfunction can be corrected by transposing or offsetting the rectus muscles undergoing surgery. Inferior oblique muscle
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Appendix a-anesthesia techniquesAppendix a-anesthesia techniques
Topical anesthesia does not alter vision, avoids the need for local anesthesia to be injected near the eye, and no or minimal sedation is usually required. However, topical analgesia does not provide akinesia of the eye. Inferior oblique muscle
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Eye Movements With Pulleys Geometrical Anatomy of the Eye and Eye MovementsEye Movements With Pulleys Geometrical Anatomy of the Eye and Eye Movements
Duke-Elder and Wybar 1961; Williams, Bannister et al. 1995 , but the role it plays in eye movements is only fairly recently appreciated. In this paper the same type of analysis will be done as was done in the free muscle model. Inferior oblique muscle
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11. Superior oblique muscle tendon >12. Medial rectus muscle11. Superior oblique muscle tendon >12. Medial rectus muscle
Inferior oblique muscle
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