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Medial squint may be the result of a lesion involving:

 # Medial squint may be the result of a lesion involving:
A. III cranial nerve
B. IV cranial nerve
C. VI cranial nerve
D. Optic nerve




The correct answer is. C. VI cranial nerve.

Medial squint is the result of palsy of lateral rectus of eye. All the extraocular muscles are supplied by the third cranial nerve (Oculomotor nerve) EXCEPT Lateral rectus which is supplied by sixth cranial nerve (Abducent nerve) and Superior Obique which is supplied by fourth cranial nerve (Trochlear nerve). 


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