The oculomotor reference in humans with bilateral macular disease.

@article{White1990TheOR,
  title={The oculomotor reference in humans with bilateral macular disease.},
  author={Janis M. White and Harold E. Bedell},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={1990},
  volume={31 6},
  pages={1149-61}
}
Previous studies have shown that most patients with bilateral macular disease use a single retinal area during fixation which is typically located near the edge of the central scotoma. Through frame-by-frame playback of videorecordings showing the target's image on each patient's fundus, we evaluated the sequences of eye movements the patients make during fixation and refixation saccades. We show that although most of our patients with bilateral macular disease had a preferred fixation area… CONTINUE READING

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