conjugate gaze

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con·ju·gate gaze

movement of both eyes with the visual axes parallel.

conjugate gaze

The paired movements of the eyes as they track moving objects.
See also: gaze
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Involvement of extraocular muscles is usually bilateral but does not suggest a specific pattern such as an involvement of one nerve or a pattern such as internuclear ophthalmoplegia (INO) or conjugate gaze palsy, which are seen in disorders of the brainstem.
Other cranial nerves less frequently involved are oculomotor, trigeminal and hypoglossal nerve resulting in conjugate gaze palsy, paralysis and hypoplasia of the tongue.
Wernicke's encephalopathy is characterized by nystagmus, abducens and conjugate gaze palsy, gait ataxia and mental confusion.