ocular muscle

NOUN
  1. one of the small muscles of the eye that serve to rotate the eyeball
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  • As a result, the reader in Kanji culture develops flexible focal adjustment and ocular muscle movements.
  • In small doses of the drug, the diaphragm is the most resistant muscle of body, while small rapidly moving muscles including ocular muscles, glossal muscles of swallowing, and genohyoid are affected earlier.
  • Later, signs of increased intra-cranial tension develop: unconsciousness deepening into coma, paralysis of ocular muscles, rapid pulse, Cheyne-Stokes respiration, and sometimes hyperpyrexia. Manual of Surgery Volume Second: Extremities—Head—Neck. Sixth Edition.
  • Extraocular muscles play an important role in the normal movement of globe and formation of normal vision, whose lesions may result in strabism and ocular motor disturbance.
  • The first sign frequently presents as ocular muscle weakness resulting in diploplia (double vision) and/or ptosis (drooping eyelid).
  • Methods Besides routine ophthalmologic and ocular muscle examination, general and laboratory examination was also done. Some patients were diagnosed also with the help of image processing.
  • ocular muscles
  • Methods Besides routine ophthalmologic and ocular muscle examination, general and laboratory examination was also done. Some patients were diagnosed also with the help of image processing.
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