The medial rectus muscle turns the eye medially. The medial rectus is innervated by the oculomotor nerve.
it is the lower muscle of the eyeball. Helps move the eyeball.
The medial rectus inserts on the medial surface of the eye. It is innervated by the oculomotor nerve.
The Medial Rectus.
The muscle is called an 'extraocular muscle', of which there are 6 - they are relatively small,incredible strong and efficient. They are : medial rectus; superior rectus; superior oblique; lateral rectus; inferior rectus and inferior oblique.
Medial Rectus Muscle and Inferior Oblique Muscle
Over firing of neurons specific to the muscle in the direction of the eye turn or under action of an opposing muscle. For example, if your eye turns inward it could be over firing of the 3rd cranial nerve causing over action of the medial rectus, or it could be underaction of the 6th cranial nerve which causes the lateral rectus to be too weak to compensate for the adduction action of the medial rectus.
false....SUPERIOR OBLIQUE MUSCLE
The muscles associated with the movement of the eyeball are the superior rectus inferior rectus the superior oblique and inferior oblique and the medial and lateral rectus
There are six skeletal muscles that allow you to move your eyeballs. The medial rectus, lateral rectus, superior rectus, inferior rectus, supeior oblique, and inferior oblique.