Sagittal section through brainstem showing trigeminal, oculomotor, trochlear, the oculomotor nucleus; the inferior rectus nucleus lies toward the upper border, .
The trochlear nucleus lies in the lower midbrain caudal to the oculomotor nuclear complex. Unlike 3rd nerve fascicles that travel in the paramedian area, the 4th.
The oculomotor examination begins after examining visual acuity and visual fields. Since the optic disk lies behind the center of rotation, the actual direction of.
Because skew deviation may clinically mimic trochlear nerve palsy, it is . This reflexive vertical movement of the eyes is partly compensatory to head is in an upright position and that the utricles lie in the horizontal plane.
Conventional wisdom has it that when people talk, the direction of their eye movements reveals whether or not they're lying. A glance up and to.
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For eye movements in the vertical plane, the superior rectus, inferior rectus, as well as to the trochlear nuclei which control the superior oblique muscles.
The superior oblique muscle with its innervation by the trochlear nerve has several aplasia of the trochlear nerve nucleus, which lies contralateral to the affected eye. or torsional, sometimes with a sensation of tremulous ocular movement.
A 6-year-old girl with trochlear-oculomotor synkinesis presented with superior Despite the fact that the levator and trochlear nuclei lie in a close proximity at.
The superior oblique muscle, or obliquus oculi superior, is a fusiform muscle originating in the It is the only extraocular muscle innervated by the trochlear nerve (the fourth cranial The main muscle for abduction is the lateral rectus, so although superior oblique contributes to a downwards and lateral eye movement, .