oculocardiac

oc·u·lo·car·di·ac

(ok'yū-lō-kar'dē-ak),
Relating to the eyes and heart.
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NS that can be associated with other syndromic features such as mental retardation, central nervous system abnormalities, oculocardiac defects, or skeletal abnormalities is called linear NS syndrome, or Schimmelpenning syndrome (a neurocutaneous phakomatosis).
Topical anesthesia saves the patients from the risks of globe perforations, optic nerve injury, oculocardiac reflex and above all, the pain and fear perceived because of the peribulbar injections.
Hemorrhage, as well as the oculocardiac reflex that may result in bradycardia, are two common complications of exenteration that can be fatal for birds.
The body's oculocardiac reflex, stimulated by gentle pressure on the eyeballs, is another "rest-and-digest" trigger.