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eye
Phillips
Studio
Advanced Strabismus/Squint Eye Setup
Left eye with inferior oblique
Lateral Rectus
Superior
Rectus
Medial Rectus
medial and
1 Identify
lateral rectus muscles.
Inferior Rectus
Inferior Rectus
Inferior Oblique
remaining three rectus muscles
2 Insert medial rectus into marked hole. 3 Insert
in turn. Make sure the oblique is
positioned under the Inferior rectus.
Tenon
Tenon
Pot
Conjunctiva
rectus muscles with tie.
4 Secure
5 Push tenon around eye into pot.
Adjust tension in muscles to align eye.
6
Position eye/pot into left eye socket.
showing oblique in lower channel
face moulding over eye and
7 View
8 Lower
on rear of face moulding.
carefully position conjunctiva.
9
Make sure oblique is positioned
in lower channel correctly.
the face and position firmly
10 Lower
down to the base.
muscle adjustments can be
12 Rectus
made through the side access hole.
to the oblique muscle is
11 Access
through the right eye socket.
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