Nystagmus

Nystagmus: Involuntary movements of the eyeballs. The presence or absence of nystagmus is often used in the diagnosis of a variety of neurological and visual disorders. ...1

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Nystagmus: Rhythmic, involuntary oscillations of one or both eyes related to abnormality in fixation, conjugate gaze, or vestibular mechanisms. ...2

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Symptoms of Nystagmus

nystagmus - where the eyes move involuntarily from side to side, causing reduced vision; you don't see the world as "wobbling" because your brain adapts to your eye movement ...Source: NHS Choices UK3 ...

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Causes List: Nystagmus

Some of the causes of the condition may include:4 Causes of Nystagmus:

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Causes List for Nystagmus

Some possible causes of Nystagmus or similar disorders may include:5

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Types of Nystagmus

The two main types of albinism are:

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Genetics of Nystagmus

How albinism is inherited The two main types of albinism are:

Autosomal recessive inheritance

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Treatments: Nystagmus

Nystagmus: There's currently no cure for nystagmus (where the eyes move from side to side involuntarily). However, it isn't painful and doesn't get worse. Certain toys or games may help a child make the most of the vision they have ...8

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References

  1. Source: NCI Thesaurus
  2. Source: Human Phenotype Ontology
  3. Source: NHS Choices UK: nhs.uk/ conditions/ albinism/ 
  4. Source: Human Phenotype Ontology
  5. Source: Algorithmically Generated List
  6. Source: NHS Choices UK: nhs.uk/ conditions/ albinism/ 
  7. ibid.
  8. ibid.

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