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A Practical Approach to Extraocular Motility Assessment
1. What is the primary muscle affected by a 4 th Cranial Nerve palsy
2. Which test is used to determine if a phoria is present?
3. In Which test is a patient allowed to be binocular?
4. Which pair of yoke muscles are innervated with up and right gaze?
5. The Right Inferior Rectus and Right Superior Rectus are antagonist muscles. This is an example of?
6. A patient complains of intermittent binocular diplopia. His versions are full, and he has a normal Cover Uncover Test. Which test should you perform?
7. Which is a common cause of monocular diplopia?
8. Which of the following testes does not require an occluder?
9. A Patient who has binocular diplopia has
10. A patient with a 6th CNP presents with an inability to abduct the left eye and an esotropia OS in primary gaze. This is a demonstration of?

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