How do the eyes move together? New understandings help explain eye deviations in patients with stroke

Derakhshan, Iraj
January 2005
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;1/18/2005, Vol. 172 Issue 2, p171
Academic Journal
Explains the eye deviations that occur in patients with acute stroke. Process involved in extraocular movements; Origin of the decision to move the eyes according to the 1-way collosal traffic theory; Factors which lead to the yoking activity in eye movement; Reason for the imbalance in the movement of the eyes of a patient with stroke.


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