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Anatomy and Movement of the Eye
This medical illustration series depicts the anatomy and function of the eye in situ within the bony orbit. Structures include the superior, inferior, lateral and medial rectus muscles which control the up, down and side-to-side movements of they eyeball. Also labeled are the superior and inferior oblique muscles, which control the rotation of the eye during angled viewing.