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Ocular Diseases # 10

Terms: EOM review and Strabismus

Abduction Lateral Gaze- Lateral rectus, Superior oblique, Inferior oblique
Adduction Medial Gaze- Medial rectus, Superior rectus, Inferior rectus
Superior oblique (Primary action) Incycloduction
Inferior oblique (Primary action) Excycloduction
Superior rectus (Primary action) Elevation
Medial rectus (Primary action) Adduction
Lateral rectus (Primary action) Abduction
Inferior rectus (Primary action) Infraduction (depression)
Innvervated by IVth CN Superior oblique
Innervated by VIth CN Lateral rectus
Innervated by IIIth CN Medial rectus, Superior rectus, Inferior rectus, Inferior oblique, Superior palpebral muscle
Muller's superior tarsal muscle Involuntary muscle of upper lid
Intorter muscles (2) Superior rectus, Superior oblique
Extorter muscles (2) Inferior rectus, Inferior oblique
Tropia Strabismus constant or intermittent without fusion interrupiont
Phoria Strabismus evident only when fusion disrupted
Pseudoesotropia Prominent epicanthus
Created by: Leequa