Pupillary light reflex involves many sensory and motor functions of the eye. For this reason, it represents an important emergency diagnostic tool and provides information to assess brain stem function. The pupil system can be considered in terms of input-output black-box behavior: light stimuli can be easily applied to the eyes, and the pupil size can be measured effortlessly and non-invasively. In this paper, a model for short-light-flash-induced transient pupillary light reflex is presented and preliminary experiments designed to test the model features are described. Results confirm that the developed pupillary light reflex model is suitable to describe the pupil oculomotor system exposed to short-light-flashes.

Towards the development of a new model for the oculomotor system / Gibertoni, G.; Cattini, S.; Rovati, L.. - In: PROGRESS IN BIOMEDICAL OPTICS AND IMAGING. - ISSN 1605-7422. - 11623:(2021), p. 63. (Intervento presentato al convegno Ophthalmic Technologies XXXI 2021 tenutosi a usa nel 2021) [10.1117/12.2578113].

Towards the development of a new model for the oculomotor system

Gibertoni G.;Cattini S.;Rovati L.
2021

Abstract

Pupillary light reflex involves many sensory and motor functions of the eye. For this reason, it represents an important emergency diagnostic tool and provides information to assess brain stem function. The pupil system can be considered in terms of input-output black-box behavior: light stimuli can be easily applied to the eyes, and the pupil size can be measured effortlessly and non-invasively. In this paper, a model for short-light-flash-induced transient pupillary light reflex is presented and preliminary experiments designed to test the model features are described. Results confirm that the developed pupillary light reflex model is suitable to describe the pupil oculomotor system exposed to short-light-flashes.
2021
Ophthalmic Technologies XXXI 2021
usa
2021
11623
63
Gibertoni, G.; Cattini, S.; Rovati, L.
Towards the development of a new model for the oculomotor system / Gibertoni, G.; Cattini, S.; Rovati, L.. - In: PROGRESS IN BIOMEDICAL OPTICS AND IMAGING. - ISSN 1605-7422. - 11623:(2021), p. 63. (Intervento presentato al convegno Ophthalmic Technologies XXXI 2021 tenutosi a usa nel 2021) [10.1117/12.2578113].
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