noun, plural ab·du·cen·tes [ab-doo-sen-teez, -dyoo-] /ˌæb dʊˈsɛn tiz, -dyʊ-/.
Origin of abducens
Examples from the Web for abducens
Both are supplied by the abducens nerve, together with the rectus externus muscle.
We obtain a result more quickly by the immediate advancement of the abducens.
I shortened the abducens (without touching the internus again).
Convergent squint as a result of paralysis of the abducens is not very often seen.
Tenotomy of the internal rectus and advancement of the abducens of the right eye at the end of December.