Fixational microsaccades: A quantitative and objective measure of disability in multiple sclerosis

Christy K Sheehy, Ethan S Bensinger, Andrew Romeo, , Natalie Stepien-Bernabe, , Zachary Helft, Nicole Putnam, Christian Cordano, Jeffrey M Gelfand, Riley Bove, Scott B Stevenson & Ari J Green
Background:Objective tools for prognosis and disease progression monitoring in multiple sclerosis (MS) are lacking. The visuomotor system could be used to track motor dysfunction at the micron scale through the monitoring of fixational microsaccades.Aims:The aim of this study was to evaluate whether microsaccades are correlated with standard MS disability metrics and to assess whether these methods play a predictive role in MS disability.Method:We used a custom-built retinal eye tracker, the tracking scanning laser ophthalmoscope (TSLO),...
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