Clinical and Basic Oculomotor Research: In Honor of David S. Zee, Volume 1039
Clinical and Basic Oculomotor Research: In Honor of David S. Zee, Volume 1039
DescriptionThis volume provides a snapshot of the state of the art of oculomotor and vestibular research, focusing on the bridge between laboratory and clinical research and the interdisciplinary relationships among ophthalmology, neurology, and otology.
A common theme in contemporary neuroscience is how the brain learns and adapts at the most basic levels and how patients can benefit from this type of research. Recent advances in the physiology and anatomy of the eye muscles and other orbital structures and their relevance to strabismus sets the stage in the first section. Then, attention shifts to the vestibular system, beginning with the peripheral applications to clinical neuro-otology, including adaptive control of vestibular reflexes and the implications for programs of physical rehabilitation of patients. Further chapters are directed toward the mechanisms of eye movement control developed specifically in foveate species -- saccades, pursuit, and vergence -- here with an emphasis on applications to clinical neurology and neuro-ophthalmology. Finally, the role of higher-level cerebral processing in the control of eye movements is presented in the framework of state-of-the-art brain imaging and sophisticated behavioral testing paradigms in both humans and experimental animals.
The volume provides a critical update from a number of disciplines -- both clinical and basic -- to bring basic physiology to the bedside and vice versa.
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A Tribute to David S. Zee: Stefano Ramat and Dominik Straumann..
Part I: Extraocular Muscles:.
1. Proprioception and Palisade Endings in Extraocular Eye Muscles: Andreas C. Eberhorn, Anja K.E. Horn, Petra Fischer, and Jean A. Büttner-Ennever.
2. SEE++: A Biomechanical Model of the Oculomotor Plant: T Haslwanter, M Buchberger, T Kaltofen, R Hoerantner, and S Priglinger..
Part II: Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex:.
3. Human Angular Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Axis Disconjugacy: Relationship to Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evidence of Globe Translation: Joseph L. Demer, Benjamin T. Crane, and Jun-Ru Tian.
4. Human Angular Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex Initiation: Relationship to Listing's Law: Benjamin T. Crane, Jun-Ru Tian, and Joseph L. Demer.
5. Binocular Coordination in Fore/Aft Motion: Stefano Ramat and David S. Zee.
6. Vestibular Responses to Sound: G M Halmagyi, I S Curthoys, J G Colebatch, and S T Aw.
7. Angular and Linear Vestibulo-Ocular Responses in Humans: M M J Houben, J Goumans, A H C Dejongste, and J Van Der Steen.
8. Residual Torsion Following Ocular Counterroll: A Palla, C J Bockisch, O Bergamin, and D Straumann.
9. Adaptation of VOR to Coriolis Stimulation: Sophie Adenot, Thomas Jarchow, and Laurence R. Young.
10. The Role of Gravity in Adaptation of the Vertical Angular Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex: Sergei B. Yakushin, Yongqing Xiang, Theodore Raphan, and Bernard Cohen.
11. Vestibular Cortical Area in the Periarcuate Cortex: Its Afferent and Efferent Projections: Yuriko Sugiuchi, Yoshiko Izawa, Shigeto Ebata, and Yoshikazku Shinoda.
12. Saccular Projections in the Human Cerebral Cortex: Tamaki Miyamoto, Kikuro Fukushima, Toshihisa Takada, Catherine De Waele, and Pierre-Paul Vidal..
Part III: Saccades:.
13. Sensorimotor Transformation for Visually Guided Saccades: Lance M. Optican.
14. Saccades to Moving Targets: T Eggert, Y Guan, O Bayer, and U Büttner.
15. Visual Motion Perception at the Time of Saccadic Eye Movements and its Relation to Spatial Mislocalization: Choongkil Lee and Jungah Lee.
16. Context-Specific Adaptation of Saccade Gain Is Enhanced with Rest Intervals Between Changes in Context State: Mark Shelhamer, Anton Aboukhalil, and Richard Clendaniel.
17. Cognitive Processes in Saccade Generation: C Kennard, S K Mannan, P Nachev, A Parton, D J Mort, G Rees, T L Hodgson, and M Husain.
18. Role of the Posterior Parietal Cortex in the Initiation of Saccades and Vergence: Right/Left Functional Asymmetry: Zoï Kapoula, Qing Yang, Olivier Coubard, Gintautas Daunys, and Christophe Orssaud.
19. Readout of Higher-Level Processing in the Discharge of Superior Colliculus Neurons: Edward L. Keller, Kyoung-Min Lee, and Robert M. Mcpeek.
20. Synaptic Inputs and Their Pathways from Fixation and Saccade Zones of the Superior Colliculus to Inhibitory Burst Neurons and Pause Neurons: Mayu Takahashi, Yuriko Sugiuchi, Yoshiko Izawa, and Yoshikazu Shinoda.
21. Initiation and Suppression of Saccades by the Frontal Eye Field in the Monkey: Yoshiko Izawa, Hisao Suzuki, and Yoshikazu Shinoda.
22. Cortical Mechanisms of Saccade Generation from Execution to Decision: Dan Milea, Elie Lobel, Stéphane Lehéricy, Charles Pierrot-Deseilligny, and Alain Berthoz.
23. The Role of the Human Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex in Ocular Motor Behavior: CH Pierrot-Deseilligny, R M Müri, T Nyffeler, and D Milea..
Part IV: Pursuit, Vergence, and Ocular Following:.
24. Short-Latency Disparity Vergence in Humans: Evidence for Early Spatial Filtering: B M Sheliga, K J Chen, E J Fitzgibbon, and F A Miles.
25. Initial Ocular Following in Humans Depends Critically on the Fourier Components of the Motion Stimulus: K J Chen, B M Sheliga, E J Fitzgibbon, and F A Miles.
26. Role of Vestibular Signals in the Caudal Part of the Frontal Eye Fields in Pursuit Eye Movements in Three-Dimensional Space: Kikuro Fukushima, Teppei Akao, Sergei Kurkin, and Junko Fukushima.
27. Yellow Filters Can Improve Magnocellular Function: Motion Sensitivity, Convergence, Accommodation, and Reading: N J. Ray, S Fowler, and J F. Stein..
Part V: Psychophysics:.
28. Tilt Psychophysics Measured in Nonhuman Primates: Richard F. Lewis, Csilla Haburcakova, and Daniel M. Merfeld.
29. Vestibular Memory-Contingent Whole-Body Return: Brave Exocentered Dancers: I Israël, C Lecoq, A Capelli, and E Golomer.
30. Is an Internal Model of Head Orientation Necessary for Oculomotor Control?: Michael Barnett-Cowan, Richard T. Dyde, and Laurence R. Harris.
31. Expectation of Sensory Stimulation Modulates Brain Activation during Visual Motion Stimulation: Thomas Brandt, Angela Deutschländer, Stefan Glasauer, Annina Nolte, Hartmut Brückmann, Marianne Dieterich, and Thomas Stephan..
Part VI: Pathophysiology:.
32. Gaze Position Corrective Eye Movements in Normal Subjects and in Patients with Vestibular Deficits: Grace C.Y. Peng, Lloyd B. Minor, and David S. Zee.
33. Asymmetry of the Pitch Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex in Patients with Cerebellar Disease: Mark F. Walker and David S. Zee.
34. Acute Vestibular Neuritis: Prognosis Based upon Bedside Clinical Tests (Thrusts and Heaves): D Nuti, M Mandalà, A T Broman, and D S Zee.
35. Medial Vestibular Nucleus Lesions in Wallenberg's Syndrome Cause Decreased Activity of the Contralateral Vestibular Cortex: Marianne Dieterich, Sandra Bense, Thomas Stephan, Thomas Brandt, Markus Schwaiger, and Peter Bartenstein.
36. Clinical Implications of a Mathematical Model of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo: Timothy C. Hain, Todd M. Squires, and Howard A. Stone.
37. Effect of 3,4-Diaminopyridine on the Postural Control in Patients with Downbeat Nystagmus: Andreas Sprenger, Elisabeth Zils, Holger Rambold, Thurid Sander, and Christoph Helmchen.
38. Evaluating Large Saccades in Patients with Brain-Stem or Cerebellar Disorders: Arun N. Kumar, Yanning H. Han, Ke Liao, Janet C. Rucker, Stefano Ramat, and R J Leigh.
39. Recovery of Peripheral Versus Central Nerves Identified by Saccadic Velocity After Abducens Neuropathy: James A. Sharpe, Kylen Mcreelis, and Agnes M.F. Wong.
40. Relative Atrophy of the Flocculus and Ocular Motor Dysfunction in SCA2 and SCA6: S H Ying, S I Choi, M Lee, S L Perlman, R W Baloh, A W Toga, and D S Zee.
41. Niemann-Pick Type C Disease in Two Affected Sisters: Ocular Motor Recordings and Brain-Stem Neuropathology: David Solomon, A Charles Winkelman, David S. Zee, Lawrence Gray, and Jean Büttner-Ennever.
42. Potential Role of Anti-GAD Antibodies in Abnormal Eye Movements: Caroline Tilikete, Alain Vighetto, Paul Trouillas, and Jérome Honnorat..
Part VII: Short Papers:.
43. Dependence of the Torsional Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex on the Direction of Gravity: Klaus Bartl, Erich Schneider, and Stefan Glasauer.
44. About the Effects of Velocity Saturation on Smooth Pursuit: Angelo Buizza and Stefano Ramat.
45. Effects of Retinal Image Slip on Modulation of Visual Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex During Near Viewing: Yanning H. Han, Arun N. Kumar, Jeffrey T. Somers, Millard F. Reschke, and R John Leigh.
46. Tests of Hering- and Helmholtz-Type Models for Saccade-Vergence Interactions by Comparing Visually Guided and Memory-Guided Movements: Arun N. Kumar, Yanning H. Han, Ke Liao, and R John Leigh.
47. Automatic Detection of Camera Translation in Eye Video Recordings using Multiple Methods: Faisal Karmali and Mark Shelhamer.
48. Comparison of Velocity Waveforms of Eye and Head Saccades: Ke Liao, Arun N. Kumar, Yanning H. Han, Victoria A. Grammer, Brian T. Gedeon, and R John Leigh.
49. Fixation Stability in Normal Children: Jan Ygge, Eva Aring, Ying Han, Roberto Bolzani, and Ann Hellström.
50. Phase-Synchronization Decay of Fixational Eye Movements: Shay Moshel, Jinrong Liang, Avi Caspi, Ralf Engbert, Reinhold Kliegl, Shlomo Havlin, and Ari Z. Zivotofsky.
51. Human Surge Linear Vestibulo-Ocular Reflex during Tertiary Gaze Viewing: Jun-Ru Tian, Benjamin T. Crane, and Joseph L. Demer.
52. Interaction between Cortical Control of Vestibular Function and Spatial Representation in Man: J Ventre-Dominey, N Nighoghossian, and P Denise.
53. Superior Canal Dehiscence Is Not Due to Cephalic Displacement of the Labyrinth: Valeria L. Potyagaylo, Charley C. Della Santina, Lloyd B. Minor, and John P. Carey.
54. Saccadic Analysis for Early Identification of Neurological Involvement in Gaucher Disease: A P Accardo, S Pensiero, and P Perissutti.
55. The Specificity and Sensitivity of Uninhibited COR in Labyrinthine-Defective Patients: Sergio Carmona and Daniela Nieto.
56. Recurrent Vertigo in Extrinsic Compression of the Brain Stem: Sergio Carmona, Luis Nicenboim, and Diego Castagnino.
57. Use of Topiramate (Topamax) in a Subgroup of Migraine-Vertigo Patients with Auditory Symptoms: Sergio Carmona and Norma Settecase.
58. Abnormal Eye Movements Predict Disability in MS: Two-Year Follow-Up: Joy Derwenskus, Janet C. Rucker, Alessandro Serra, John S. Stahl, Deborah L. Downey, Nancy L. Adams, and R John Leigh.
59. Saccade Velocity as a Surrogate Disease Marker in Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 2: C Seifried, L Velázquez-Pérez, N Santos-Falcón, M Abele, U Ziemann, L E Almaguer, E Martínez-Góngora, G Sánchez-Cruz, N Canales, R Pérez-González, M Velázquez-Manresa, B Viebahn, S Stuckrad-Barre, T Klockgether, M Fetter, and G Auburger.
60. Effect of 4-Aminopyridine on Upbeat and Downbeat Nystagmus Elucidates the Mechanism of Downbeat Nystagmus: Stefan Glasauer, Michael Strupp, Roger Kalla, Ulrich Büttner, and Thomas Brandt.
61. Smooth Pursuit in Patients with Downbeat Nystagmus: Stefan Glasauer, Muna Hoshi, and Ulrich Büttner.
62. Cerebellar Influence in Oculomotor Phase-Transition Behavior: Wilsaan M. Joiner, Mark Shelhamer, and Sarah H. Ying.
63. Familial Positional Downbeat Nystagmus and Cerebellar Ataxia: Clinical and Pathologic Findings: Jorge C. Kattah and Meena Gujrati.
64. Predictive Saccades to a Regularly Alternating Target in Cerebellar Patients: A G. Lasker, E H. Isotalo, and D S. Zee.
65. The Origin of Downbeat Nystagmus: An Asymmetry in the Distribution of On-Directions of Vertical Gaze-Velocity Purkinje Cells: Sarah Marti, Dominik Straumann, and Stefan Glasauer.
66. Drift in Ocular Counterrolling during Static Head Tilt: Tony Pansell, Arne Tribukait, Roberto Bolzani, Hermann D. Schworm, and Jan Ygge.
67. Retention of Saccadic Adaptation in Human: Nadia Alahyane and Denis Pélisson.
68. Effect of Blinks on Saccades before Smooth-Pursuit Eye-Movement Initiation: Holger Rambold, Ieman El Baz, and Christoph Helmchen.
69. Pontine Lesions May Cause Selective Deficits of "Slow" Vergence Eye Movements: H Rambold, G Neumann, T Sander, and C Helmchen.
70. Internuclear Ophthalmoparesis in Episodic Ataxia Type 2: Janet C. Rucker, Joanna Jen, John S. Stahl, Nandhitha Natesan, Robert W. Baloh, and R John Leigh.
71. Video-Based Eye Tracking: Our Experience with Advanced Stimuli Design for Eye Tracking Software: A Rufa, G L Mariottini, D Prattichizzo, D Alessandrini, A Vicino, and A Federico.
72. Neural Integrator Function in Murine CACNA1A Mutants: John S. Stahl and Robert A. James.
73. Single or Combined Oblique Muscle Surgery in Acquired and Congenital Superior Oblique Palsy: H Steffen and G H Kolling.
74. Binocular Control of Saccades in Idiopathic Parkinson's Disease: Maurizio Versino, Chiara Zavanone, Silvia Colnaghi, Giorgio Beltrami, Claudio Pacchetti, Roberta Zangaglia, and Vittorio Cosi.
75. Studies of Eccentric Gaze Stability: Effects of Pitch Head Position on Horizontal Gaze-Holding in Patients with Cerebellar Disease: Elizabeth Wilson, Karen Sng, Jeffrey T. Somers, Millard F. Reschke, and R John Leigh.
Index of Contributors.