What are vergence eye movements?
The function of vergence eye movements is to point the fovea of both eyes on a near object.
This means that each eye rotates in the opposite direction (disconjugate): the right eye to the left and the left eye to the right when converging on a near object.
All other eye movements are conjugate.
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