One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Relating to the motion of the eye.
- ‘A stimulant action on the parasympathetic portion of the oculomotor nucleus (third cranial nerve) is responsible for pupillary miosis.’
- ‘Some patients may manifest oculomotor disturbance when the orbit and optic nerve are compressed.’
- ‘Exclusion criteria included any prior history of vestibular dysfunction, tinnitus, hearing loss, or any central vestibular or oculomotor dysfunction.’
- ‘Studies do not indicate ginger has influence within the vestibular or oculomotor system.’
- ‘Above the buttress is the oculomotor myodome, with the foramen for the oculomotor nerve.’
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