saccades


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saccades

n. sacades. V.: nystagmus
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Evaluation of saccades and pursuits, undertaking an alternating cover test, using a prism bar in all nine positions of gaze, and use of a Hess-Lancaster chart can help the practitioner to identify the extraocular muscle/s affected.
A saccade is a fast movement of an eye and saccades are quick, simultaneous movements of both eyes in the same direction so that small parts of a scene can be sensed with greater resolution.
Bilateral vestibulopathy is readily seen with positive head impulse test, while video head impulse test (VHIT) shows absent vestibulo ocular reflex (VOR) and hudge overt saccades. The caloric test shows absent or reduced response [3, 4].
The two basic components of eye movements when people read a message are the movements themselves (called saccades) and the fixations (the period of time when the eyes remain fairly still; Rayner, 2009).
Depuis deja un moment, on aura compris cet aura que l'histoire a faconne par saccades et perpetue a la posterite.
Under normal circumstances, all humans are functionally blind for about 10% of the time due to eye blinks and saccades, a rapid movement of the eye between two points or objects.
The rating scale assesses visual motion sensitivity, smooth eye pursuits, horizontal and vertical saccades, the vestibular ocular reflex, and convergence.
The vHIT system enables calculation of VOR gains and gain asymmetry (GA) and also detects corrective saccades including overt or covert saccades (13).