N M Kirienko

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Rotation of the eyes about the visual axis is known as ocular torsion. A lateral inclination (a "roll") of the head induces ocular torsion in the opposite direction, a response known as ocular counterrolling. For six subjects, we recorded the static (head still) and dynamic (head in oscillatory roll motion) ocular torsion in normal 1 g condition and also(More)
A test procedure which measures the amount of ocular counterrolling (OCR) of the eyes in response to lateral tilt of the body is considered a means of obtaining objective responses to stimulation of the otolithic receptors in the non-auditory labyrinth of the inner ear. OCR is thought to be the result of changing the orientation of the otolithic maculae(More)
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