REVIEW ARTICLE: Vestibular adaptations of vestibulo-ocular reflex - DR. HARSHITA YADAV

We all in our day to day life see a number of objects in both situations, either in static or dynamic posture and those objects do not get blur i.e. they remain clear to our vision. This is possible by a reflex activity connecting the vestibular system to the visual system through some sensory and motor pathways.

Vestibular- Ocular Reflex (VOR)-It is the reflex activity produced by movement of the eyes in the opposite direction in order of response to the movement of head in a particular direction. The movement of the head is detected by the motion sensors through central neuronal pathways which lead to conjugate eye movement in same degree and velocity so, that external world image remains stable on the fovea.

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