- flutter ocular
- Eng. Ocular flutterOscilación intermitente de ambos ojos, de alta frecuencia y baja amplitud, que interrumpe el proceso de fijación de las imágenes y que aparece en enfermedades cerebelosas.- Flutter ocular.
Diccionario de oftalmología. EdwART. 2011.
Mira otros diccionarios:
Flutter — is a rapid vibration or pulsation. The difference between flutter and fibrillation is that flutter is well organized while fibrillation is not. For example, atrial flutter consists of well organized but over rapid contractions of the atrium of… … Medical dictionary
Ocular flutter — is an opsoclonic disorder in which the eyes incontinuously saccadically move around the point of fixation in the field of vision. See also nystagmus. References Categories: VisionEye stubs … Wikipedia
ocular flutter — short bursts of rapid horizontal oscillations of the eye … Medical dictionary
fondo en sal y pimienta — Eng. Funfus salt and pepper edades cerebelosas. Flutter ocular … Diccionario de oftalmología
Nystagmus — Horizontal optokinetic nystagmus, a normal (physiological) form of nystagmus ICD 10 H55, H81.4 … Wikipedia
Saccade — A saccade is a fast movement of an eye, head or other part of an animal s body or device. It can also be a fast shift in frequency of an emitted signal or other quick change. However, this article deals with saccadic eye motion. Eye saccades are… … Wikipedia
Dysmetria — (Greek: difficult to measure ) refers to a lack of coordination of movement typified by the undershoot and/or overshoot of intended position with the hand, arm, leg, or eye. It is sometimes described as an inability to judge distance or… … Wikipedia
Arrhythmogenic right ventricular dysplasia — Classification and external resources Photomicrograph of an ARVC heart. ICD 10 I … Wikipedia
Jervell and Lange-Nielsen syndrome — Classification and external resources ICD 9 426.82 OMIM 220400 DiseasesDB … Wikipedia
Physiologic nystagmus — a form of involuntary eye movement that is part of the vestibulo ocular reflex (VOR). It is characterized by alternating smooth pursuit in one direction and saccadic movement in the other direction.Nystagmus can be caused by subsequent foveation… … Wikipedia