When a doctor notices abnormal jerking movement of a patient’s eyes, this is referred to as Abnormal, to-and-fro, movements of the eyes, brought on when they turn to one side or the other, or when looking down. T.... Abnormal, to-and-fro, movements of the eyes, brought on when they turn to one side or the other, or when looking down. T... is an Something is objective when it can be seen to be present by more than one person. The term usually refers to something t... Something that a doctor notices when examining a patient. It may be obvious to the patient as well, such as a weak muscl.... When the patient has Something is subjective when it is felt by the individual. Another person cannot perceive whatever sensation it is. All ... awareness of such abnormal eye movements this A symptom is anything of which a patient complains with respect to his or her own body. It may also be obvious to an obs... is referred to as oscillopsia.