Decision Considerations - Aerospace Medical Dispositions
Item 34. Ocular Motility

The following lists the most common conditions of aeromedical significance, and course of action that should be taken by the examiner as defined by the protocol and disposition in the table. Medical certificates must not be issued to an applicant with medical conditions that require deferral, or for any condition not listed that may result in sudden or subtle incapacitation without consulting the AMCD or the RFS. Medical documentation must be submitted for any condition in order to support an issuance of an airman medical certificate.

Common Conditions and Course of Action


Disease/Condition Class Evaluation Data Disposition
Absence of conjugate alignment in any quadrant All Submit all pertinent medical information and current status report Requires FAA Decision
Inability to converge on a near object All Submit all pertinent medical information and current status report Requires FAA Decision
Paralysis with loss of ocular motion in any direction All Submit all pertinent medical information and current status report Requires FAA Decision