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Muscles of orbit
The muscles of the orbit are a group of six muscles that control movement of the eye. Four of the muscles control the movement of the eye in the four cardinal directions: up, down, left and right. The remaining two muscles control the adjustments involved in counteracting head movement; for instance this can be observed by looking into ones own eyes in a mirror whilst moving ones head.
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1. one of the small muscles of the eye that serve to rotate the eyeball
(synonym) ocular muscle
(hypernym) muscle, musculus
(hyponym) abducens muscle, lateral rectus muscle, lateral rectus, rectus lateralis
(part-holonym) eye, oculus, optic
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