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Saccades in extremes of lateral gaze



Saccades in extremes of lateral gaze



Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science 18(3): 324-327



Saccades (between targets at 30 degrees and 40 degrees) were recorded with DC electro-oculography in 10 normal subjects. Velocity-amplitude relationships were examined on the basis of abduction vs. adduction and centering vs. eccentric movement. In these small peripheral saccades the former pairing showed no consistent differences in peak velocity, whereas centering saccades were consistently faster than both eccentric movements and those made around primary position.

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