Dissociated hysteresis of static ocular counterroll in humans.

@article{Palla2006DissociatedHO,
  title={Dissociated hysteresis of static ocular counterroll in humans.},
  author={Antonella Palla and Christopher J. Bockisch and Oliver Bergamin and Danielle Straumann},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2006},
  volume={95 4},
  pages={
          2222-32
        }
}
In stationary head roll positions, the eyes are cyclodivergent. We asked whether this phenomenon can be explained by a static hysteresis that differs between the eyes contra- (CE) and ipsilateral (IE) to head roll. Using a motorized turntable, healthy human subjects (n = 8) were continuously rotated about the earth-horizontal naso-occipital axis. Starting from the upright position, a total of three full rotations at a constant velocity (2 degrees/s) were completed (acceleration = 0.05 degrees… CONTINUE READING

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