Acute onset incomitant image disparity modifies saccadic and vergence eye movements.

@article{Dysli2015AcuteOI,
  title={Acute onset incomitant image disparity modifies saccadic and vergence eye movements.},
  author={Muriel Dysli and Fabian Keller and Mathias H. Abegg},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  year={2015},
  volume={15 3}
}
New-onset impairment of ocular motility will cause incomitant strabismus, i.e., a gaze-dependent ocular misalignment. This ocular misalignment will cause retinal disparity, that is, a deviation of the spatial position of an image on the retina of both eyes, which is a trigger for a vergence eye movement that results in ocular realignment. If the vergence movement fails, the eyes remain misaligned, resulting in double vision. Adaptive processes to such incomitant vergence stimuli are poorly… CONTINUE READING

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