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The first set of videos show the eye movements of a patient who presented with diplopia in all directions of gaze, excluding in primary position.
 

A differential diagnostics indicated that the oculomotor dyscoordination was not due to organic causes; following the proprioception diagnostics protocol it was concluded that the oculomotor dyscoordination was due to a Postural Deficiency Syndrome/ Proprioception Dysfunction.


Specific Active Prisms were prescribed according to the type of Postural Deficiency Syndrome/ Proprioception Dysfunction presented by the patient.

The second set of videos below show  eye movements of the same patient with Active Prisms.