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What you appear to be describing is called Akinetopsia. (Greek: a for "without", kine for "to move" and opsia for "seeing") a neuropsychological disorder in which a patient cannot perceive motion in their visual field, despite being able to see stationary objects without issue [...] There are varying degrees of akinetopsia: from seeing motion as a ...


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Dysmetria is a possibility. (Specifically Ocular Dysmetria) It is a type of ataxia characterised: is a lack of coordination of movement typified by the undershoot or overshoot of intended position It can occur in the major skeletal muscles and the eyes. Ocular Dysmetria: During eye movements hypometric and hypermetric saccades will occur [...] Saccades ...


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Trying to combine physiotherapy with patching sounds like a parenting nightmare. As the AAO says: Persuading your child to wear a patch can be a challenge, especially if the vision in the child’s amblyopic eye is very poor and the child is objecting strongly. They go on to say: Unfortunately this is an area of treatment where there is no “quick fix” ...


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