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It is very important for medical students to know the structure of the eyeball and understand its movement, the axes of movement, and the muscles producing these movements. It is indeed challenging to make students understand the movements and axes of movements of the eyeball in a didactic large-group lecture session; it is difficult even in small group teaching using an eyeball specimen or a rigid resin model. Here, we describe a simple model prepared using a tomato and a broomstraw to demonstrate the movements of the eyeball.
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