upgaze


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upgaze 

Movement of the eyes upward with the head in the straight-ahead position. See elevation of the eye.
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IOP can increase 6mmHg or more in upgaze compared to the primary position.
If restriction to upgaze is demonstrated on the FDT, inferior rectus muscle (IR) restriction is present.
The upgaze limitation of the patients was assessed clinically, and the results were graded from -1 to -4, as follows: mild limitation=-1; moderate limitation=-2; severe limitation=-3; and no elevation above primary position=-4.
Paroxysmal tonic upgaze of childhood with co-existent absence epilepsy.
The force exerted by the extraocular muscles on the globe can cause the IOP to increase when the direction of gaze changes from the primary position, particularly in upgaze.
The ocular motility of his right eye was restricted in upgaze and horizontal gaze.
The Krimsky test demonstrated V-pattern exotropia which was more than 15 PD deviation difference between the upgaze and downgaze positions with 10 PD hypertropia of the right eye with the prism cover test.
Centring: Many studies have found evidence of abnormal eye movement control, upgaze deficiency and reduced convergence (due to magno-cellular deficit) in PD.
Elevation defective in upgaze both in abduction and adduction (revealing right superior rectus and right inferior oblique palsy).
X-rays are performed in upgaze and downgaze to detect intraocular metallic particles and fluorescein 2% dye is useful to detect Seidel positivity--aqueous leakage from a corneal wound is seen to dilute the topical dye.
PARINAUD'S/ DORSAL MID BRAIN Light near dissociation, spasm of SYNDROME accommodation and convergence, Colliers sign, Upgaze palsy 2.
There was restriction of movements in the upgaze in the left eye.