oculomotor


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Related to oculomotor: oculomotor nucleus, Oculomotor muscles

oculomotor

[¦äk·yə·lō′mōd·ər]
(physiology)
Pertaining to eye movement.
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As expected with appropriate near oculomotor alignment, the mean stereo acuity was better than the expected normative value of 40 s of arc for both groups (Figure 5), which did not significantly change over time for either group (p = 0.
Three orbital tumor cases where the Sonopet was used Variable Case 1: Orbital Case 2: Greater apex meningioma sphenoid wing fibrous dysplasia Critical tissue spared by Sonopet Oculomotor nerve Lateral rectus Additional operative time None None Preoperative exophthalmos Present Present Postoperative exophthalmos None None Preoperative keratopathy Present Present Postoperative keratopathy None None Variable Case 3: Infiltrative mass Critical tissue spared by Sonopet None Additional operative time None Preoperative exophthalmos Enophthalmos present Postoperative exophthalmos None Preoperative keratopathy None Postoperative keratopathy None
Oculomotor readiness and visual processing efficiency were stressed.
The vestibular system should be considered in patients who present with dizziness and headache due to the integrated neurological pathways between vestibular, oculomotor and cervical motor neurons.
She had complete resolution of the ptosis as well as the oculomotor nerve palsy within one month.
Ataxia with oculomotor apraxia type 2: a clinical, pathologic, and genetic study.
In addition, the at-risk relatives showed age-related deficits on the oculomotor delayed response task, compared with nonschizotypal relatives and healthy controls (Prog.
Keshavan's work in Pittsburgh, at-risk relatives of schizophrenia patients who themselves had schizotypy performed less well on the Wisconsin Card Sort task, which assesses executive function, and showed age-related deficits on the oculomotor delayed-response task, compared with nonschizotypal relatives and healthy controls (Prog.
A preliminary study on oculomotor effect of left-right spatial configuration between image and text for news.
The present findings document that first-degree relatives of individuals with autism demonstrate a unique pattern of oculomotor impairments similar to that previously reported in independent samples of individuals with autism, suggesting that these alterations within sensorimotor and cognitive brain circuitry may be familial traits," the authors said.
A single dose administration of ADAPT-232 has been shown to increase mental performance, short-term memory, the power of comprehension and oculomotor co-ordination in Russian cosmonauts undergoing training involving long periods of monotonous work during prolonged (90 days) isolation.
Other topics include automated sleep deprivation as a tool for basic sleep research in animal models of affective disorders, the role of dopamine in the antidepressant effects of sleep deprivation, oculomotor responses during sleep deprivation, and excessive yawning.