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Ocular motor dysfunction in total and hemicerebellectomized monkeys.
  1. R M Burde,
  2. M H Stroud,
  3. G Roper-Hall,
  4. F P Wirth and
  5. J L O'Leary


    Studies of ocular motor function in monkeys undergoing either total or hemicerebellectomies has revealed the following abnormalities which can be attributed to cerebellar dysfunction: 1. Loss of smooth pursuit movements 2. Gaze-fixation nystagmus 3. Loss of inhibitory input on the vestibular apparatus reflected in a decreased latency and prolonged response to caloric stimuli. It is intimated that the role of the hemicerebellum deals with ipsilateral tone and its effect on eye movements.

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