ocular dysmetria

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Ocular dysmetria refers to the sequence of small saccadic eye movements which follow an attempt to fixate a visual object. An initial inaccurate saccade is corrected, after the normal intersaccadic pause, by a corrective eye movement.

Ocular dysmetria is usually a sign of cerebellar disease.

Last reviewed 01/2018