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[Postoperative secondary divergent strabismus. Statistical analysis of 160 consecutive exotropias].
The computerized analysis of 160 consecutive exotropias reveals the compound nature of their motor impairments and the resulting surgical planning made according to the various abnormal parameters had allowed the achievement of a good motor result in 89% of the cases.
[Comparative study of electrooculographic and photooculographic recordings].
The authors present the results of clinical application of a new invasive real time method for ocular movement recording based upon 110 simultaneous P.O.G. recordings of normal beings or patients having various oculomotor troubles and it appears that the heavy odds of such a new method is obvious.
[A new technic for recording eye movements by image processing. Principle and method].
The preliminary results confirm the real advantages of the photo-oculographic method which allows to record all sorts of ocular movements in clinical conditions and the recording devices and processing materials for the computerized analysis of video signals.
Photo-oculography: A new method for eye movements study, interest in ophthalmological and extra pyramidal neurological diseases
The authors present a new optical method based on the automated analysis of images of the eye for the clinical assessment of ophthalmological and neurological oculomotor disorders. The eye
[Differential photo-oculography of vertical and oblique movements].
The differential photo-oculography perfected by Charlier et Buquet has been fitted and now can be easily used in clinical conditions and allows a relevant analysis of all kinetic parameters whatever the moving axis may be.
[Analysis of vergence movements using differential photo-oculography].
The authors give the results obtained by photo-oculographic method perfected by Charlier and Buquet, which can be noticed that, in vergence refixation, vertical movements of both eyes are always true congruent saccadic versions, while the horizontal movements are disjunctive, dissociated and unequal.