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Physiologic nystagmus. Pathologic nystagmus ... Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/ Nystagmus" Categories: Disambiguation pages ...
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Pathologic nystagmus is a form of involuntary eye movement. It is characterized by alternating smooth pursuit in one direction and saccadic movement in the other direction.
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Explores the evidence linking nystagmus to magnesium and/or thiamin deficiencies. ... Nystagmus is characterized by an involuntary movement of the eyes, often noted ...
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Learn about nystagmus and how to cope with involuntary eye movements affecting vision. ... Nystagmus most commonly causes the eyes to look involuntarily from ...
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List of 368 disease causes of Nystagmus, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Nystagmus, 11 drug side effect causes. Diagnostic ...
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Nystagmus information including symptoms, diagnosis, misdiagnosis, treatment, causes, patient stories, videos, forums, prevention, and prognosis.
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Nystagmus is defined as involuntary movement of the eyes. ... Saccadic Nystagmus -- including voluntary (movie available on site DVD) ...
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Diagnostic approach to pathologic nystagmus. binocular conjugate nystagmus ... binocular dysconjugate nystagmus. monocular or asymmetric binocular nystagmus ...
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Nystagmus is a vision condition in which the eyes make repetitive, uncontrolled movements, often resulting in reduced vision.
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Nystagmus is a type of involuntary movement of the eyes. ... Nystagmus most often occurs in infancy, but it can also be acquired later in life. ...
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The amplitude and frequency of Nystagmus is reflective of the ... Individuals with Nystagmus usually see ... endurance are influenced by Nystagmus. ...
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Nystagmus can be a normal physiological response or a result of a pathologic problem. ... In jerk nystagmus there is a slow and fast phase. ...
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What are the different types of nystagmus? ... Stroke (most common cause in older people with acquired nystagmus. Brain tumor (rare cause of acquired nystagmus) ...
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