Ocular dysmetria

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Ocular dysmetria is a form of dysmetria that involves the constant under- or over-shooting of the eyes when attempting to focus gaze on something.

Ocular dysmetria indicates lesions in the cerebellum, which is the brain region responsible for coordinating movement. It is a symptom of several neurological conditions including multiple sclerosis.

It is a condition that can cause symptoms similar to sea sickness.

Source of information: Mult-sclerosis.org

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