TrPs were bilaterally searched in upper trapezius, sternocleidomastoid, splenius capitis, masseter, levator scapulae, superior oblique (extra-ocular), and suboccipital muscles.
What does SO stand for?
SO stands for Superior Oblique (eye muscle)
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We have 33 other meanings of SO in our Acronym Attic
- Strike Out
- Strung Out (band)
- Stuck Open
- Student Organization
- Styrene Oxide
- Successful Offeror
- Sud-Ouest (French: south west)
- Sud-Ovest (Italian: Southwest)
- Südost/Südosten (German: South-East)
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a) Superior oblique palsy b) Fully accommodative esotropia c) Divergence weakness esotropia d) Convergence weakness exotropia 5.
In addition, amorphous calcification was seen embedded within the superior oblique tendon (proximal tendon of the longus colli muscle; Figure 2).
Superior oblique palsy causes an ipsilateral hypertropia and excyclotorsion.