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  • [Hemianopic visual field defects--methods of study and localization problems]. [Journal Article]
    Klin Monbl Augenheilkd 1988; 192(5):507-17Gloor B, Vollrath C
  • In a survey of methods for determining hemianopic visual field defects, a distinction is made between gross visual field screening and actual visual field examination with kinetic and automatic static perimetry. These methods may be arranged according to increasing the concentration required as well as to ability to cooperate, as follows: hand-movement stimulation of shifts of gaze, finger-counti…
  • The optic chiasm and the corpus callosum: their relationship to binocular vision in humans. [Case Reports]
    J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus 1986 May-Jun; 23(3):126-31Fisher NF
  • The semidecussation of the optic nerve fibers in humans serves to facilitate the motor coordination of the two eyes. The Corpus Callosum in humans serves to facilitate the integration of stimuli from opposite cerebral hemispheres. Stereopsis and motor fusion are two distinct and separate qualities of binocular vision, and each alone can indicate central and/or peripheral binocular vision. Stereop…
  • Contralateral tectal projections from single areas of the visual cortex in the cat. [Journal Article]
    Arch Ital Biol 1981; 119(1):43-51Galletti C, Squatrito S, … Maioli MG
  • 1. The projections from cat cortical visuals areas to the contralateral superior colliculus (SC) were studied by the autoradiographical tracing method. Microinjections of L- [5-3H] proline were carried out in cortical visual areas 17, 18, 19 and the lateral suprasylvian visual area (LS) in different cats. Only one cortical area was injected in each animal. Survival times of 30 hours or 8 days wer…
  • [Functional role of several groups of neurons in oculomotor nerve nuclei (experimental study)]. [Journal Article]
    Zh Nevropatol Psikhiatr Im S S Korsakova 1979; 79(8):1047-51Miller ID
  • The localization and functional significance of some groups of neurons in the main nuclei of the cat aculomotor nerve were studied with the aid of the method of retrograde degeneration. The topography of the oculomotor nerve nuclei in some representatives of the order of rodents, hare-like and predatory animals was specified. The conducted study demonstrated that the cell groups in the main nucle…
  • Pupil in clinical diagnosis. Light reflex anatomy and the afferent pupil defect. [Journal Article]
    Trans Sect Ophthalmol Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol 1977 Sep-Oct; 83(5):820-6McCrary JA
  • The neuroanatomy for the light reflex has been reviewed. The importance of the semidecussation of visual pathways in the afferent portion of the system has been emphasized. The anatomy of the near synkinesis and its relation to the anatomy of the light reflex have been reviewed. The various abnormalities of sensory pupil function have been outlined. Particular stress has been placed on the value …
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