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Parallel Session 3412

Eye Movements in Movement Disorders

Sunday, September 29, 2024
15:00 - 17:00 | Meeting Room 201 AB, 2nd Level
Clinical

In this session, the faculty will present the anatomy of eye movements, a comprehensive examination approach and present a variety of videos of eye movement disorders in patients with movement disorders.


Chairs:
Ali Hamedani, USA
Laura Silveira-Moriyama, Brazil

Presenters:

The Physiology and Examination of Eye Movements
Vivek Lal, India

Eye Movement Disorders in Parkinsonian Syndromes
Diego Kaski, United Kingdom

Eye Movement Disorders in Hyperkinetic Movement Disorders
Janet Rucker, USA

CSPC Liaisons:
Laura Silveira Moriyama, Brazil

Learning Objectives
At the conclusion of this session, participants should be better able to:

  1. Identify the anatomy and physiology of eye movements and how to examine eye movements in a movement disorder patient
  2. List the most common eye movement disorders in patients with parkinsonisms
  3. List the most common eye movement disorders in patients with hyperkinetic movement disorders

Recommended Audience
Clinician
Fellow / Resident / Student
Health Professional (non-physician)

Education Level
Beginner / Foundational
Experienced / Intermediate
Expert / Advanced

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