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To test the lateral rectus the patient is directed to look far laterally
To test the medial rectus the patient is directed to look far medially.
To test the superior rectus the patient is directed to look far laterally and then upward.
To test the inferior rectus the patient is directed to look far laterally and then downward.
To test the superior oblique the patient is directed to look far medially and then downward
To test the inferior oblique the patient is directed to look far medially and then upward
The medial rectus and lateral rectus adduct and abduct the pupil, respectively.
When the pupil is abducted the superior rectus and inferior rectus are, respectively, the only elevator and depressor of the pupil.
When the pupil is adducted the inferior oblique and superior oblique are, respectively, the only elevator and depressor of the pupil
What is the formula for nerve supply of Extra ocular muscles of the eye. Formula for nerve supply of Extra Ocular Muscles L6SO4R3 - lateral rectus (Abducens) Superior; Oblique (Trochlear); Everything else is Oculomotor
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