[visionlist] Conjugated eye movement in sided-eyed

Ai-Hou Wang ahwang at ha.mc.ntu.edu.tw
Wed Mar 30 02:59:51 GMT 2005

Dear groups,

Just being curious. Do sided-eyed animals have conjugated horizontal eye movement? Do they have PPRF (parapontine reticular formation)? If they do as in front-eyed animals, including human beings, intended left gaze will drive their right eye forward and left eye backward!!

Besides, any difference of VERTICAL eye movement between sided-eyed and front-eyed?

Are there articles and/or books about this comparative anatomy/physiology? Thanks in advance.

Ai-Hou Wang, M.D. Ph.D.
Department of Ophthalmology
National Taiwan University Hospital.
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