Nerves cannot move organs. Muscles move organs and nerves tell the muscles to move. The muscles that move the eye are the Superior Oblique, Inferior Oblique, Superior Rectus, Inferior Rectus, Medial Rectus, and Lateral Rectus.
Eye muscle surgery is surgery to weaken, strengthen, or reposition any of the muscles that move the eyeball (the extraocular muscles).
6- superior and inferior rectus. lateral rectus. medial rectus. inferior oblique and superior oblique
C. Move the eyeball. Page 173 of your textbook.
to weaken, strengthen, or reposition any of the extraocular muscles (small muscles) located on the surface of the eye that move the eyeball in all directions.
The eyeball interacts with the brain and nervous system. It also interacts with muscles to close the eyelid.
it is the lower muscle of the eyeball. Helps move the eyeball.
Nerves do not move muscles, they signal them to move. Muscles move muscles.