Kylen McReelis

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OBJECTIVE To investigate differences between peripheral idiopathic and central sixth nerve palsies from brainstem damage by comparing peak velocities and durations of horizontal saccades. METHODS Fourteen patients with unilateral incomplete sixth nerve palsies caused by idiopathic, presumed ischemic, peripheral damage, 5 with incomplete central(More)
The abducens is the motor nerve with the most substantial course, both within and outside the brain and it innervates only one muscle. Sixth nerve palsy affords an opportunity to compare recovery after central versus peripheral nerve damage by assessing the dynamics of abduction. Horizontal saccade peak velocities and durations in 14 patients with(More)
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