Since Hering's law might be affected when paradoxical innervation exists, 10 patients with Duane's syndrome were studied. Eye movements were measured by binocular recording of electro-oculogram. Our study shows clearly that the sound eye's motility is also affected. When adduction of the affected eye is present, Hering's law holds, whereas when adduction is limited this law cannot be demonstrated.
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