Detection of third and sixth cranial nerve palsies with a novel method for eye tracking while watching a short film clip.

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OBJECT Automated eye movement tracking may provide clues to nervous system function at many levels. Spatial calibration of the eye tracking device requires the subject to have relatively intact ocular motility that implies function of cranial nerves (CNs) III (oculomotor), IV (trochlear), and VI (abducent) and their associated nuclei, along with the… (More)
DOI: 10.3171/2014.10.JNS14762

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@article{Samadani2015DetectionOT, title={Detection of third and sixth cranial nerve palsies with a novel method for eye tracking while watching a short film clip.}, author={Uzma Samadani and Sameer Farooq and Robert Ritlop and Floyd A Warren and Marleen Reyes and Elizabeth Lamm and Anastasia Alex and Elena Nehrbass and Radek Kolecki and Michael Jureller and Julia A Schneider and Agnes Chen and Chen Shi and Neil Mendhiratta and Jason H Huang and Meng Qian and Roy C Kwak and Artem Mikheev and Henry Rusinek and A E George and Robert Fergus and Douglas Kondziolka and Paul P. Huang and R Theodore Smith}, journal={Journal of neurosurgery}, year={2015}, volume={122 3}, pages={707-20} }