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The application of smooth pursuit eye movement analysis to clinical medicine
Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine
Pursuit tracking eye movements were analyzed from selected patients with neurological injuries and compared to the responses of 20 normal subjects. The patients/subjects tracked a small spot of light moving sinusoidally in the horizontal plane at a frequency of 0.4 Hz and a peak-to-peak amplitude of 40 degrees. Eye-movement responses were separated into a smooth-pursuit component and a saccadic component. The smooth-pursuit component was analyzed by calculating the gain, phase, and asymmetry.pmid:8018081 fatcat:4pu2cncrt5dyjglppgt6aitltm