Subject: What's physiological basis of Nystagmus?
Date: Fri Nov 7 02:07:45 2003
Posted by A.c.Afham
Grade level: grad (science)
School: Faculty of Neuroscience,University of Kelaniya,(NCMC),Sri Lanka
City: Colombo State/Province: Western
Country: Sri Lanka
Area of science: Neuroscience
Actaually when there is a rotatory movements of the head to one direction,eyes
move slovely to opposite side to the movements of the head and come back to a
new fixation point quickly again it moves slowly in same direction to the
movements of the haed, but actually I don't why it's or what's the
physiological basis of that.
Re: What's physiological basis of Nystagmus?
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