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Admin10.08.2021

Trochlear notch

The central control of this process, which involves the continuous, precise adjustment of forces on twelve different tendons in order to point both eyes in exactly the same direction, is truly remarkable.
307
Admin14.08.2021

Macropophora trochlearis

It runs anteriorly and inferiorly within the subarachnoid space before piercing the dura mater adjacent to the posterior clinoid process of the sphenoid bone.
4902
Admin19.07.2021

trochlearis

The characteristic appearance of patients with fourth nerve palsies head tilted to one side, chin tucked in suggests the diagnosis, but other causes must be ruled out.
3805
Admin09.07.2021

Macropophora trochlearis

2 inches 8 cm in diameter.
8010
Admin07.09.2021

Viola trochlearis

Congenital fourth nerve palsies are amenable to surgical treatment.
7204
Admin21.09.2021

Trochlear nerve

AURIVILLIUS Christopher 1912 Cerambycidae : Cerambycinae, Coleopterorum Catalogus pars 39 [vol.
Admin02.07.2021

Trochlear notch

, La Haye, Bakhuysen 2: 1-254, 50 pls.
3700
Admin26.07.2021

Trochlear nucleus

GRAY George Robert 1832 In E.
9904
Admin21.08.2021

trochlearis

[start-clinical] Clinical Relevance Examination of the Trochlear Nerve The trochlear nerve is examined in conjunction with the oculomotor and abducens nerves by testing the movements of the eye.
6303
Admin10.08.2021

trochlearis

The unique features of the trochlear nerve, including its dorsal exit from the brainstem and its contralateral innervation, are seen in the primitive brains of sharks.
4010
Admin20.07.2021

Macropophora trochlearis

VOET Johann Eusebius 1778 Catalogus Systematicus Coleopterorum.
6307
Admin30.06.2021

Trochlear nerve

The rosettes are dome-shaped and up to 3.
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