Initial vestibulo-ocular reflex during transient angular and linear acceleration in human cerebellar dysfunction

@article{Crane1999InitialVR,
  title={Initial vestibulo-ocular reflex during transient angular and linear acceleration in human cerebellar dysfunction},
  author={Benjamin Thomas Crane and Jun-ru Tian and Joseph L. Demer},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={130},
  pages={486-496}
}
During transient, high-acceleration rotation, performance of the normal vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) depends on viewing distance. With near targets, gain (eye velocity/head velocity) enhancement is manifest almost immediately after ocular rotation begins. Later in the response, VOR gain depends on both head rotation and translation; gain for near targets is decreased for rotation about axes anterior to the otoliths and augmented for rotation about axes posterior to the otoliths. We sought to… CONTINUE READING

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