incapacity to direct saccadic eye movements to targets. Eye movements might either land short of the target or surpass it. Ocular dysmetria might be a consequence of an occulomotor deficit, faulty visual localization, or disabled visuomotor coordination. Commonly referred to as saccadic dysmetria.

OCULAR DYSMETRIA: "Ocular dysmetria can be treated with drugs, but there exists no cure for it."
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