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Differences in cortical activation during smooth pursuit and saccadic eye movements following cerebellar lesions

Baumann, Oliver ; Ziemus, B. ; Luerding, R. ; Schuierer, Gerhard ; Bogdahn, Ulrich ; Greenlee, M. W.


Current evidence supports the proposal that the cerebellum mediates the activity of other brain areas involved in the control of eye movements. Most of the evidence so far has concentrated on the vermis and flocculi as the cerebellar agents of oculomotor control. But there is also evidence for an involvement of the cerebellar hemispheres in eye movement control. Straube et al. (Ann Neurol ...


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