Deficits of smooth pursuit eye movements after frontal and parietal lesions.

@article{Heide1996DeficitsOS,
  title={Deficits of smooth pursuit eye movements after frontal and parietal lesions.},
  author={Wolfgang Heide and Klaus Kurzidim and Detlef K{\"o}mpf},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={1996},
  volume={119 ( Pt 6)},
  pages={
          1951-69
        }
}
To assess the contribution of the human frontal and parietal cortices to smooth pursuit (SP) eye movements, we recorded ocular motor responses to predictable (periodic) and unpredictable (step-ramp) foveal pursuit stimuli and to constant-velocity optokinetic full-field motion in 31 patients with chronic focal unilateral hemispheric lesions and in 50 age-related healthy adults, using infrared reflection oculography. Lesions were located either in the posterior parietal cortex (PPC), leaving the… CONTINUE READING

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