Two tests to elicit signs of spasticity of conjugate gaze.

Abstract

In 1913, Prezzolini and Bârâny described lateral and upwards conjugate deviation of the eyes upon forced closure of the eyelids in patients with intracranial disease. Cogan emphasized the value of the sign in the lateralization of cerebral lesions and called it spasticity of conjugate gaze. It is elicited by asking the patient to close his eyes while the… (More)

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@article{LozanoElizondo1970TwoTT, title={Two tests to elicit signs of spasticity of conjugate gaze.}, author={David Lozano-Elizondo}, journal={American journal of ophthalmology}, year={1970}, volume={69 4}, pages={589-94} }