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the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

to force one's way into a place or situation

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There was a blowout fracture of the anterior lamina papyracea with extrusion of fat but no extraocular muscle entrapment.
In the current case, visual acuity and chemosis improved, but other items such as soft tissue involvement and extraocular muscle involvement still had elevated scores [Table 1].
Atypical botulism sparing palsy of extraocular muscles.
It is determined that this technique have some advantages such as visibility to extraocular muscle in all stage in operation, adhesive syndrome complication and other complications is seen more less in this technique, and more less invasive technique.
The patients (cases 1 and 3) who had chemosis, proptosis, periorbital edema, and extraocular muscle involvement were included in the SEOM group, and the others patients who had only conjunctival hyperemia and extraocular muscle involvement were included in the LOOM group.
Specific areas of the examination were assessing, performing, or measuring visual acuity, pupil responses, extraocular muscle movements, visual fields, the anterior segment, the disc, the macula, vessels, and the retina.
There was exquisite tenderness on the left orbit and periorbital region and extraocular muscle movements were painful.
The first major possibility is that sinusitis produced an expansile infected mass within one of the sinuses adjacent to the orbit and that this mass either expanded the sinus or broke through the wall of the sinus to compress either a cranial nerve or an extraocular muscle, in Sisler's case, the ethmoid sinus (located between the eyes) was reported to be infected, so that the mass would presumably have arisen within that particular sinus.
Choroidal and extraocular muscle metastases from non-small-cell lung carcinoma: F-18 FDG PET/CT imaging.
Her extraocular muscle was intact, but she had pain when opening her jaw.
Patients also show an extraocular muscle impairment.
Myasthenia gravis presents with extraocular muscle involvement.
Such a deviation may reflect weakness of one extraocular muscle.