Human head and neck Superior oblique muscle

Fourth Nerve (Superior Oblique) PalsyFourth Nerve (Superior Oblique) Palsy
The vertical misalignment is typically the most noticeable feature. Palsy refers to a complete weakness of a muscle while a paresis is a partial weakness. This condition is usually unilateral. Superior oblique muscle
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David griesemer, mdDavid griesemer, md
On the ventral surface of the midbrain are the cerebral peduncles, and in the interpeduncular fossa are the oculomotor nerves (cn III). Superior oblique muscle
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