Disinserted extraocular muscles.

  • Andy Scott
  • Published 1975 in American journal of ophthalmology


In two patients, a muscle that slipped from the globe posteriorly created the clinical pattern of reduced rotation amplitude, reduced saccadic velocity, reduced active force, and increasing exophthalmos with gaze into the field of action of the muscle. The muscle was surgically identified by an electronic stimulator that caused the muscle to contract, thus… (More)


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@article{Scott1975DisinsertedEM, title={Disinserted extraocular muscles.}, author={Andy Scott}, journal={American journal of ophthalmology}, year={1975}, volume={79 2}, pages={289-91} }