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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.

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  • We hypothesize that the increased prevalence of severe extraocular muscle (EOM) dysfunction among African MG subjects reported earlier may result from altered DAF expression.

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  • Even the extraocular muscles are involved, leaving survivors with double vision.

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  • 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

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  • 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.

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