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- adj. Situated outside of or away from the eyes.
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The team also found evidence suggesting that the role of the extraocular muscles switches with changes of eye position.
We hypothesize that the increased prevalence of severe extraocular muscle (EOM) dysfunction among African MG subjects reported earlier may result from altered DAF expression.
Even the extraocular muscles are involved, leaving survivors with double vision.
The resulting eye-rolling is enough to give your extraocular muscles a good workout.
If you follow the lead of the on-screen dancers precisely, you will further work the neck with a lateral head slide and the extraocular muscles with
The JewelEye, a patent-pending form of extraocular implant, was developed by Dr. Gerrit R.J. Melles (MD PhD) at the Netherlands Institute for Innovative Ocular Surgery.