The neurology of eye movements

Published on Jun 1, 1991
R. John Leigh8
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David S. Zee84
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Abstract
The Neurology of Eye Movements, Edition 5, by R. John Leigh, M.D. and David S. Zee MD Foreword Chapter 1: A Survey of Eye Movements: Characteristics and Teleology Chapter 2: The Ocular Motor Periphery Chapter 3: The Vestibular-Optokinetic System Chapter 4: The Saccadic System Chapter 5: Smooth Visual Tracking and Fixation Chapter 6: Gaze Holding and The Neural Integrator Chapter 7: The Neural Basis for Conjugate Eye Movements Chapter 8: Eye-Head Movements Chapter 9: Vergence Eye Movements Chapter 10: Diagnosis of Peripheral Ocular Motor Palsies And Strabismus Chapter 11: Diagnosis of Nystagmus and Saccadic Intrusions Chapter 12: Diagnosis and Management of Vestibular Disorders Chapter 13: Disorders of Ocular Motility Due To Disease of the Brainstem, Cerebellum and Diencephalon Chapter 14: Disorders of Ocular Motility With Disease Affecting The Basal Ganglia, Cerebral Cortex, And In Systemic Conditions Appendix A: A Summary Scheme for the Bedside Ocular Motor Examination Appendix B: A Summary of Methods for Measuring Eye Movements Appendix C: Tables of Ocular Motor Findings in Hereditary Ataxias Appendix D: Table of Videos and their Legends
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