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Landstroms muscle

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Landstroms muscle

(Science: anatomy) microscopic muscle fibres in the fascia behind and about the eyeball, attached anteriorly to the lids and anterior orbital fascia; its action is to draw the eyeball forward and the lids backward, resisting the pull of the four orbital muscles.