The Eye Muscle That Elevates and Turns the Eye Laterally Is the?

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The extrinsic muscles are the group of muscles that elevates and turns the eye laterally. The extrinsic muscles include the lateral rectus, the inferior rectus and the superior rectus. It also includes the inferior oblique, the superior oblique and the levator palpebrae superioris.
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