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Abduction has already occurred. The lateral rectus muscle keeps the eyeball looking laterally where its axis is in line with the axis of the orbit and the superior and inferior rectus muscles. During clinical testing, the superior rectus muscle elevates the eye when the eye is already abducted. Innervation of the superior rectus is provided by CN III (oculomotor nerve).
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