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2-13). Starting at the lacrimal fossa, the inferior oblique muscle courses posteriorly and temporally underneath the inferior rectus muscle to its scleral insertion, which is adjacent to the inferior border of the lateral rectus muscle (see Fig. 2-14). The inferior oblique muscle has fascial connections to the lower chapter 2: anatomy and physiology of eye movements 43 A B FIGURE 2-15A–B. Histology of the trochlea. (A) Low-magniﬁcation cross section of midtrochlea. H&E stain. Note horseshoe shape of cartilaginous tissue and the ﬁbrous connective tissue ring that surrounds the superior oblique muscle.
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B) The eye is abducted 23° from the primary position, and the visual axis is in line with the muscle axis. (C) The eye is abducted more than 23° from the primary position, and the visual axis is now temporal to the muscle axis. 36 handbook of pediatric strabismus and amblyopia Their secondary action is adduction, and it occurs because the vertical rectus muscles pull the front of the eye nasal to the visual axis. Tertiary actions are torsional, consisting of intorsion for the superior rectus muscle and extorsion for the inferior rectus muscle.