abducens

(ab-doo┬┤sәnz) Latin word meaning carrying away from; abducent.
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abducens

abducens Either of the sixth pair of cranial nerves that convey motor impulses to the rectus muscle on the lateral side of each eye.
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abducens

Synonym for abducent ... 1. Abducting; drawing away, especially away from the median plane. ... Synonym: abducent nerve, abducens. ... Origin: L. Abducens ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Abducens

The Abducens (or Sixth Cranial Nerve) rises in the medulla oblongata and supplies the external rectus muscle of the eye, which draws the eyeball outward.
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abducens

Type: Term Pronunciation: ab-dū′senz Synonyms: abducent
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