inferior rectus


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Synonyms for inferior rectus

the ocular muscle whose contraction turns the eyeball down and medially

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The Inferior Rectus muscle showed minimal fibrosis.
Selective management of double elevator palsy by either inferior rectus recession and/or knapp type transposition surgery.
inferior rectus - the branch to the inferior oblique also contains parasympathetic preganglionic fibres from the Edinge-Westphal subnucleus
Hypotropia was corrected by inferior rectus recession.
Medial rectus is loosened if the eye is deviated inwards and inferior rectus if it is deviated downwards.
Action of the Extraocular Muscles with the Eye in Primary Position Muscle Primary Action Secondary action Tertiary Action Medical rectus Adduction Lateral rectus Abduction Superior rectus Elevation Intorsion Adduction Inferior rectus Depression Extorsion Adduction Superior oblique Intorsion Depression Abduction Inferior oblique Extorsion Elevation Abduction
Ten months after the first operation, full-thickness tendon transposition of the superior and inferior rectus muscles (with Foster suture) was performed.
They innervate superior rectus, inferior rectus, medial rectus and inferior oblique muscle, and levator palpebrae muscle.
This occurs in order of frequency in the inferior rectus, medial rectus, superior rectus, lateral rectus, oblique muscles, although most commonly all muscles are involved.
The forced duction test was positive for inferior rectus (IR) of the involved eye in 20 of the 36 eyes (55.
Early diplopia indicates involve- ment of extraocular muscle either through entrap- ment (usually through inferior rectus or oblique), oedema, haemorrhage or damage to motor nerves.
The abdominal CT revealed a large organized hematoma, 210x182x142 mm in diameter, in the lower half of the inferior rectus towards the retroperitoneal area (Fig.
Extensive scarring was encountered, and the inferior rectus muscle was trapped within the orbital floor defect.
59) observed that BoNT-A administered to the inferior rectus muscle in cases of adherence syndrome reduced the need for secondary surgery.
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