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Eye-tracking traces for MM and a normal control observer viewing wedge and ring retinotopic mapping stimuli. (a) x and y traces while MM viewed the expanding ring stimulus. (b) x and y traces while MM viewed the rotating wedge stimulus. (c) x and y traces while a control observer viewed the expanding ring stimulus. (GIF 74 kb)
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