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This radiation has longer wavelength with lower frequency and lower energy.
This device defines the exact colour filter required by an patient based on the vision needs.
A filter lens that is used for sensory stimulation.
The study of the twelve extraocular muscles and their impact on eye movement.
The muscle involved in directing the eye inward.
Monocular movement of the eye in the 6 cardinal points.
Disconjugate binocular movements of the eyes.
A visual skill that allows both eyes to work together in a precise and coordinated way to look at the object of regard.
The muscle primary involves in extorsion of the eye.
The cranial nerve number of the oculomotor
The extraocular muscle involves in depressing the eyes.
The conjugate binocular movement of the eyes.
The process of measuring either the point of gaze or the motion of an eye relative to the head.
A reflex acting to stabilize gaze during head movement.
The vestibular end organs communicate via the vestibular branch of what cranial nerve?
What is the one of the most common symptoms following brain injury (TBI)?
What cranial nerve consists of the vestibular and cochlear nerve that has distinct nuclei within the brainstem?
Cranial Nerve IV supplies what extraocular muscle?
Excyclotorsion is the function of what extraocular muscles?
When performing VOR and the head is turn to the right, what extraocular muscles are involved to maintain fixation at the object of regard?
When performing VOR and the head is turn to the left, what extraocular muscles are involved to maintain fixation at the object of regard?
Performing Pupillary Reflex test, the pupil constriction/fluctuation is released 4 seconds, what condition exist?
If OD has no pupillary constriction upon performing the direct light reflex, what condition exist?
Performing the cover-uncover test on the left eye in a case of right esotropia, the clinician observed both eyes moved, what is the significance of the result?
The angle of squint is different of amount at the different position of gaze.