The Neurology of Eye Movements

Hardcover | July 2, 2015

byR. John Leigh, David S. Zee

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This new edition of Leigh and Zee's The Neurology of Eye Movements is available as an enhanced edition for the first time. Your purchase of the print version includes access to the online version via Oxford Medicine Online. By activating your unique access code, you can discover more than 200videos, view and enlarge nearly 250 high resolution images, and annotate the work for future personal reference. The 5th edition of The Neurology of Eye Movements has two interrelated parts. The first comprises a modern synthesis of the anatomical, physiological, and pharmacological substrate for eye movements, including current views on the reflexive and voluntary control of gaze. This synthesis is based onelectrophysiological and inactivation studies in macaque, and behavioural studies in humans that incorporate functional imaging and transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in normals, and clinicopathological studies in patients with neurological, visual, or vestibular disorders. Sophisticatedexperimental paradigms have been applied to both species to explore aspects of cognition, memory, volition, and reward. This large body of research has demonstrated the power of eye movements as experimental tools. The second part of the book applies this synthesis to the clinical and laboratoryevaluation of patients with abnormal eye movements due to a broad range of disorders - from muscular dystrophy, and genetic disorders, to dementia, including visual and vestibular conditions. By placing links to figures, tables, boxes, and videos, a synthesis of basic research and clinical findings is provided, that may shed new light on disease processes and provide insights on normal brain function.

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This new edition of Leigh and Zee's The Neurology of Eye Movements is available as an enhanced edition for the first time. Your purchase of the print version includes access to the online version via Oxford Medicine Online. By activating your unique access code, you can discover more than 200videos, view and enlarge nearly 250 high res...

Dr. Leigh, who trained in neurology at the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Cornell Medical Center in New York, and the Johns Hopkins Medical Center in Baltimore, has applied eye movements to study a broad range of disorders affecting the brain, eye, or ear during his career as a clinician-scientist. He has served on review committee...

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Format:HardcoverDimensions:1136 pages, 10 × 7 × 0.98 inPublished:July 2, 2015Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199969280

ISBN - 13:9780199969289

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Foreword1. A Survey of Eye Movements: Characteristics and Teleology2. The Ocular Motor Periphery3. The Vestibular-Optokinetic System4. The Saccadic System5. Smooth Visual Tracking and Fixation6. Gaze Holding and The Neural Integrator7. The Neural Basis for Conjugate Eye Movements8. Eye-Head Movements9. Vergence Eye Movements10. Diagnosis of Peripheral Ocular Motor Palsies And Strabismus11. Diagnosis of Nystagmus and Saccadic Intrusions12. Diagnosis and Management of Vestibular Disorders13. Disorders of Ocular Motility Due To Disease of the Brainstem, Cerebellum and Diencephalon14. Disorders of Ocular Motility With Disease Affecting The Basal Ganglia, Cerebral Cortex, And In Systemic ConditionsAppendix A: A Summary Scheme for the Bedside Ocular Motor ExaminationAppendix B: A Summary of Methods for Measuring Eye MovementsAppendix C: Tables of Ocular Motor Findings in Hereditary AtaxiasAppendix D: Table of Videos and their Legends