Orbicularis oculi muscle
The superior oblique muscle turns the eye inferiorly and medially. It is innervated by the trochlear nerve.
yes the eye is attached to the muscle that hold and blink and move
No,the muscle in the iris of eye is an involuntary muscle.
The Orbicularis oculi muscle squints the eye.
The inferior rectus is an extraocular muscle that is attached to the bottom of the eye. This muscle helps the eye move downward.
your eye muscle is the strongest.
The inferior oblique muscle of the eye, abducts, elevates and laterally rotates the eye
it's the upper eye muscle........ sorry, i forgot its scientific name. The eye muscle that turns the eye up and laterally is called the Inferior Oblique
The iris gives the eye it's color. It is not a muscle.
eye muscles according to traffic school.
eye brow muscle
An abducens muscle is another name for rectus lateralis, a muscle in the eye which moves the eye away from the centre of the face.
to help in the movement of the eye ...........