oculogyric oc·u·lo·gy·ric (ŏk’yə-lō-jī’rĭk)
Of or relating to the turning of the eyeballs in the sockets.
- Oculogyric crisis
oculogyric crisis n. A spasmodic movement of the eyeballs into a fixed position, usually upward, that persists for several minutes or hours.
[ok-yuh-loh-moh-ter] /ˌɒk yə loʊˈmoʊ tər/ adjective 1. moving or tending to move the eyeball: an oculomotor muscle. /ˌɒkjʊləʊˈməʊtə/ adjective 1. relating to or causing eye movements oculomotor oc·u·lo·mo·tor (ŏk’yə-lō-mō’tər) adj.
noun, Anatomy. 1. either one of the third pair of cranial nerves, consisting chiefly of motor fibers that innervate most of the muscles of the eyeball. noun 1. the third cranial nerve, which supplies most of the eye muscles oculomotor nerve n. A nerve originating in the midbrain below the cerebral aqueduct, supplying all the […]
- Oculomotor nucleus
oculomotor nucleus n. The group of motor neurons that innervate the external eye muscles except the lateral rectus and the superior oblique muscles and lie in the midbrain near the midline in the most ventral part of the central gray substance.