Ocular motor measures of cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis I: inhibitory control

@article{Clough2015OcularMM,
  title={Ocular motor measures of cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis I: inhibitory control},
  author={Meaghan Clough and Lynette Millist and Nathaniel Lizak and Shin Chien Beh and Teresa C. Frohman and Michael Karl Racke and Owen Bruce White and Joanne Fielding},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2015},
  volume={262},
  pages={1130-1137}
}
Our ability to control and inhibit behaviours that are inappropriate, unsafe, or no longer required is crucial for functioning successfully in complex environments. Here, we investigated whether a series of ocular motor (OM) inhibition tasks could dissociate deficits in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS), including patients with only a probable diagnosis (clinically isolated syndrome: CIS), from healthy individuals as well as a function of increasing disease duration. 25 patients with CIS… CONTINUE READING
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