The Oculorotary Muscles.

@inproceedings{Wheeler1948TheOM,
  title={The Oculorotary Muscles.},
  author={Maynard C. Wheeler},
  year={1948}
}
The author starts this book with two handicaps. He has coined a new word, "oculorotary." This would not have been too serious if he had confined it to the title, as its meaning is fairly obvious; but he has persisted in using it with annoying frequency. To me it is an awkward word, and one for which I can find little need. He then introduces a set of abbreviations for the various oculorotary motor muscles and some of their actions. Abbreviations have a definite place in records, but they should… CONTINUE READING

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