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Definition of Optokinetic
Medical Definition of Optokinetic
1. See: optokinetic nystagmus. Origin: opto-+ G. Kinesis, movement (05 Mar 2000)
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Optokinetic
Literary usage of Optokinetic
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1. Technology Against Terrorism: Structuring Security (1994)
"Visual acuity can be assessed using the phenomenon of optokinetic nystagmus (OKN). In all species with movea- ble eyes, if the visual field is perceived to ..."
2. A Bible for a Thoughtfull Skeptic by Thom Pain Jr., Thom Pain (2005)
"... of the stable features of their environment by trying to restore the stability. This reaction, called the optokinetic reaction, is demonstrated ..."
3. Improving Health Care for Veterans: 1997 Annual Report edited by John R. Feussner (1997)
"... optokinetic Testing for Diagnosis and Rehabilitation of Balance Disorders Fowler, Cynthia G., ..."
4. Post-Stroke Rehabilitation by Pamela W. Duncan, William B. Stason (2004)
"... 1990), and optokinetic stimulation (Pizzamiglio, Frasca, Guariglia, et al., 1990); however, there is no evidence of lasting benefits from these. ..."