Ocular Torsion Reveals the Mechanisms of Cyclovertical Strabismus (The Weisenfeld Lecture)

submitted by: arvojenny
From this investigation, we believe that a basic three-level feedback control system exists for the maintenance of ocular alignment. Central to this theory is our hypothesis that extraocular muscle lengths are primarily regulated by vergence stimulation, as opposed to version stimulation. Even though we have treated the mechanisms involving ocular torsion in a black-box fashion in the beginning, we have been able to use the resulting interactions and consequences to hypothesize plausible...
Authors: David Guyton