ACTION : Extends the knee REFERRAL: Anterior and medial knee COMMENTS: These are two of the...
ACTION : Extends the knee REFERRAL: Anterior and medial knee COMMENTS: These are two of the...
rekitovisualsgallery-strabismus: Medial rectus resection
rekitovisualsgallery-strabismus: Medial rectus resection
3. Gluteus Maximus 10. Sartorius 11a. Rectus Femoris 11b. Vastus Medialis
3. Gluteus Maximus 10. Sartorius 11a. Rectus Femoris 11b. Vastus Medialis
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Figure 4: Examination technique for displaqying the measuring points I-V of the Medial rectus...
Figure 4: Examination technique for displaqying the measuring points I-V of the Medial rectus...
Choice a Choice b Choice c Choice d Choice e Choice f Choice g Choice h Choice i Choice j ...
Choice a Choice b Choice c Choice d Choice e Choice f Choice g Choice h Choice i Choice j ...
MR - Medial rectus LR - Lateral Rectus SR - Superior Rectus IR - Inferior Rectus SO - Superior...
MR - Medial rectus LR - Lateral Rectus SR - Superior Rectus IR - Inferior Rectus SO - Superior...
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Figure 4: Examination technique for displaqying the measuring points I-V of the Medial rectus...
Figure 4: Examination technique for displaqying the measuring points I-V of the Medial rectus...
Muscle Primary Function Medial rectus moves eye towards nose Lateral rectus moves eye away from nose...
Muscle Primary Function Medial rectus moves eye towards nose Lateral rectus moves eye away from nose...
The 3 CNs responsible for eye movement and the muscles that they control are as follows: CN 4...
The 3 CNs responsible for eye movement and the muscles that they control are as follows: CN 4...
In the above picture: Identify the muscle allowing these girls to look down at the soccer ball. Look...
In the above picture: Identify the muscle allowing these girls to look down at the soccer ball. Look...
Identify: optic nerve medial and lateral rectus muscles ethmoid sinus retrobulbar fat temporalis...
Identify: optic nerve, medial and lateral rectus muscles, ethmoid sinus, retrobulbar fat, temporalis...
Pathology The most characteristic pathologic finding seen in Graves' ophthalmopathy is enlargement...
Pathology The most characteristic pathologic finding seen in Graves' ophthalmopathy is enlargement...
Figure 4: Examination technique for displaqying the measuring points I-V of the Medial rectus...
Figure 4: Examination technique for displaqying the measuring points I-V of the Medial rectus...
Figure 6. Session-to-session changes in DI during month-long data collection for participant 2 with...
Figure 6. Session-to-session changes in DI during month-long data collection for participant 2 with...
Figure 5: measurements of right and (for comparison) left Medial rectus muscles in a patient with...
Figure 5: measurements of right and (for comparison) left Medial rectus muscles in a patient with...
Figure 5: measurements of right and (for comparison) left Medial rectus muscles in a patient with...
Figure 5: measurements of right and (for comparison) left Medial rectus muscles in a patient with...
Figure 5. Session-to-session changes in DI during month-long data collection for participant 1 with...
Figure 5. Session-to-session changes in DI during month-long data collection for participant 1 with...
Lamellae of levator palpebrae superioris Lacrimal gland Inferior oblique Medial rectus Lateral...
Lamellae of levator palpebrae superioris Lacrimal gland Inferior oblique Medial rectus Lateral...
Medial rectus Lateral rectus Inferior oblique Superior oblique Superior rectus Inferior rectus Image...
Medial rectus Lateral rectus Inferior oblique Superior oblique Superior rectus Inferior rectus Image...
Fig.2 Orbital MRI showing swelling of bilateral Medial rectus muscles (indicated by arrows) in...
Fig.2 Orbital MRI showing swelling of bilateral Medial rectus muscles (indicated by arrows) in...
Identify -- optic nerve medial and lateral rectus muscles ethmoid sinus retrobulbar fat...
Identify -- optic nerve, medial and lateral rectus muscles, ethmoid sinus, retrobulbar fat,...
This shows how to operate the opthalmotrope. Kristen gently glides the eyeball side to side as each...
This shows how to operate the opthalmotrope. Kristen gently glides the eyeball side to side as each...
Gyrus rectus Superior frontal gyrus Cingulate gyrus Cingulate sulcus Paracentral sulcus Central...
Gyrus rectus Superior frontal gyrus Cingulate gyrus Cingulate sulcus Paracentral sulcus Central...
Superior rectus Inferior rectus Medial rectus Lateral rectus Superior oblique Inferior oblique...
Superior rectus Inferior rectus Medial rectus Lateral rectus Superior oblique Inferior oblique...
Medial orientation refers to a position toward the middle or center. For example the big toe is...
Medial orientation refers to a position toward the middle or center. For example, the big toe is...
m = Medial rectus muscle l = lateral rectus muscle o = optic nerve lg = lacrimal gland p = pituitary...
m = Medial rectus muscle l = lateral rectus muscle o = optic nerve lg = lacrimal gland p = pituitary...
1 Superior frontal gyrus. 2 Middle frontal gyrus. 3 Inferior frontal gyrus. 4 Medial orbital...
1, Superior frontal gyrus. 2, Middle frontal gyrus. 3, Inferior frontal gyrus. 4, Medial orbital...
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