This first lecture covers basic eye muscle anatomy, cranial nerve palsies, and gives a basic approach to localizing cranial nerve lesions.

Neurology in ophthalmology can be quite tricky, so hopefully this video explains a good approach to extraocular eye movements.

This lecture was created and recorded by Dr. Timothy Root, an ophthalmologist with a background in multimedia education. This material is straight from his textbook "OphthoBook" which can be downloaded and read online at:


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