noun, plural ab·du·cen·tes [ab-doo-sen-teez, -dyoo-]. /ˌæb dʊˈsɛn tiz, -dyʊ-/.
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Crossed diplopia could be produced with a red glass, tenotomy of the left abducens sufficed to correct it.
Tenotomy of the internal rectus and advancement of the abducens of the right eye at the end of December.
Both are supplied by the abducens nerve, together with the rectus externus muscle.
Foramina by which the optic, trigeminal and abortio dura, and abducens nerves leave the skull.
Convergent squint as a result of paralysis of the abducens is not very often seen.