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Q: What extrinsic eye muscles control the movement of the eyes during convergence reflex?
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What extrinsic eye muscles are controlled during the convergence reflex?

The voluntary muscles of the eye is the extrinsic eye muscle that are controlled during the convergence reflex. The convergence reflex is keen on keeping the eye alert.


How do extrinsic eye muscles differ in action from the instrintic eye muscles?

Extrinsic eye muscles move the eyeball in relation to the rest of the body, whereas intrinsic muscles move structures within the eyeball.A: The extrinsic muscles control the movement of the eyes.The extrinsic muscles are controlled by the somatic nervous system(voluntary) The intrinsicmuscles control the lens and pupil. The intrinsiceye muscles, (including the iris sphincter, radial pupilodilator muscles and the ciliarymuscle), are under the control of the autonomic nervous system(involuntary)


What do the muscles genioglossus and hyoglossus and styloglossus have in common?

They are all extrinsic muscles of the tongue, used for crude movement.


What is the difference between extrinsic and intrinsic eye muscles?

Extrinsic muscles are voluntary muscles,external to the eye, that control the direction the eye moves in e.g looking left or right. Intrinsic muscles are within the eye, such as those that control the size of the pupil. Intrinsic muscle is not under voluntary control.


What are the innervation of the eye?

nerves that control extrinsic muscles of the eye. hold eyeball in place and provide movement of the eye. cranial nerves III, IV and VI.


What type of muscles do you control the movement of?

Voluntary muscles are muscles that you control.


What do geniohyiod hyoglossus and stylohyoid have in common?

They are all extrinsic muscles of the tongue, used for crude movement.


The extrinsic muscles of the hand originate where?

The extrinsic muscles of the hand originate on the lateral epicondyle of the humerus.


What you control the movement of these muscles?

voluntary muscles


What do you control the movement of these muscles?

voluntary muscles


How do muscles move your fingers?

movement in your fingers is a very complex process, you have both intrinsic and extrinsic muscles attaching to their respective joints in the finger. The majority of movement comes from extrinsic muscles found in your forearm. These are flexors and extensors. They have long band shaped tendons inserting to to distal end of your finger tips.


Muscles that you connot control movement of are muscles?

Involuntary muscles

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