Medial Rectus

Some articles on rectus, medial rectus, medial:

Conjugate Gaze Palsy - Neuroanatomy and Pathophysiology
... nerve VI leaves on its way to the Lateral rectus muscle, which controls eye movement horizontally away from the midline of the body ... The cranial nerve VI also has interneurons connecting to the medial rectus, which controls horizontal eye movement towards from the midline of the body ... Since the lateral rectus controls movement away from the center of the body, a lesion in the abducens nucleus disrupts the pathways controlling outward movements, not allowing the ...
Medial Rectus Muscle - Additional Images
... Eye movement of lateral rectus muscle, superior view Eye movement of medial rectus muscle , superior view Eye movement of inferior rectus muscle, superior view Eye movement ...
Sixth Nerve Palsy - Management - Symptom Relief And/or Binocular Vision Maintenance
... toxin, which is injected into the ipsilateral medial rectus ... Firstly, it helps to prevent the contracture of the medial rectus which might result from its acting unopposed for a long period ... and, thirdly, by removing the pull of the medial rectus it may serve to reveal whether the palsy is partial or complete by allowing any residual movement ...
Muscular System - Muscles - Anatomy
... at the ankle Tibialis anterior muscle soleus tibia, medial border of fibula calcaneus sural arteries tibial nerve plantarflexion Tibialis anterior muscle tibialis anterior tibia foot anterior tibial artery ... of spinal nerve extends the vertebral column Rectus abdominis muscle pectoralis major clavicle, sternum, costal cartilages humerus thoracoacromial ...