Oculomotor deficits indicate the progression of Huntington's disease.

The oculomotor deficits associated with Huntington's Disease (HD) are one of the earliest signs of disease onset. They include a marked delay in executing voluntary saccades and a difficulty inhibiting saccades to task-irrelevant stimuli. In addition, HD patients develop a deficit in task-switching, which can be demonstrated by the continued adherence to a… (More)