nystagmus

Involuntary rapid movement of the eyes in the horizontal, vertical or rotary planes of the eyeball.
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Nystagmus

Nystagmus s is a condition of involuntary eye movement, acquired in infancy or later in life, that may result in reduced or limited vision. Due to the involuntary movement of the eye, it is often called `dancing eyes`.{efn|Note however that `dancing eyes` is also a common term for Opsoclonus myoclonus syndrome.} When the head rotates about any...
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nystagmus

[n] - involuntary movements of the eyeballs
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nystagmus

Involuntary, rapid, rhythmic movement (horizontal, vertical, rotary, mixed) of the eyeball, usually caused by a disorder of the labyrinth of the inner ear or a malfunction of the central nervous system.
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Nystagmus

persistent, rapid, involuntary movement of the eyes
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Nystagmus

An involuntary rapid movement of one or both eyes. It may be in a horizontal, or vertical direction, or rotatory. It may indicate disease of the inner ear or of the central nervous system, or blindness from a very early age
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Nystagmus

is defined as a biphasic ocular oscillation containing an abnormal slow and corrective fast phase, the latter defining the direction of the nystagmus
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Nystagmus

is an eye movement in which there is a biphasic oscillation of the eyes. It can be seen normally under some circumstances (such as the extremes of gaze) as well as in a number of diseases affecting the brainstem, vestibular apparatus and cerebellum
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Nystagmus

Involuntary fluttering of the eyes.
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Nystagmus

Nystagmus: Rapid rhythmic repetitious involuntary (unwilled) eye movements. Nystagmus can be horizontal, vertical or rotary.
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Nystagmus

Nys·tag'mus noun [ New Latin , from Greek ... drowsiness, from ... to nod in sleep, to slumber.] (Medicine) A rapid involuntary oscillation of the eyeballs.
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nystagmus

<neurology> An involuntary, rapid, rhythmic movement of the eyeball, which may be horizontal, vertical, rotatory or mixed, i.e., of two varieties. ... Origin: Gr. Nystagmos = drowsiness, from nystazein = to nod ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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nystagmus

noun involuntary movements of the eyeballs; its presence or absence is used to diagnose a variety of neurological and visual disorders
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nystagmus

(nis-tag´mәs) involuntary, rapid, rhythmic movement of the eyeball; it may be horizontal, vertical, rotatory, or a mixture of two types. adj., nystag´mic., adj.
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Nystagmus

• (n.) A rapid involuntary oscillation of the eyeballs. • (n.) A rapid involuntary oscillation of the eyeballs.
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nystagmus

involuntary back and forth, up and down, or circular movements of the eyes that are often described by observers as `jumping` or `dancing` eye ... [6 related articles]
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nystagmus

(Gr. nystagmos drowsiness, from nystazein to nod) an involuntary, rapid, rhythmic movement of the eyeball, which may be horizontal, vertical, rotatory, or mixed, i.e., of two varieties.
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nystagmus

involuntary oscillatory movement of the eyeball NOTE - The nystagmus may be spontaneous or provoked, congenital or acquired. The movement may be linear or rotary.
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Nystagmus

Nystagmus is the rapid, rhythmic oscillation of the eyes; movements may be vertical, horizontal or rotary. It may occur with poor vision or it may be due to a disorder in the brain.
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nystagmus

Type: Term Pronunciation: nis-tag′mŭs Definitions: 1. Involuntary rhythmic oscillation of the eyeballs, either pendular or with a slow and fast component.
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nystagmus

Rapid, involuntary, rhythmic eye movements, often indicative of central nervous system dysfunction.
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nystagmus

Greek = drowsiness, to nod, hence, involuntary, rapid, rhythmic eye movements.
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nystagmus

(nu1-stag;mus) Involuntary oscillary movements of the eye.
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nystagmus

(ni-STAG-mus) Involuntary, rhythmic side-to-side or up and down (oscillating) eye movements that are faster in one direction than the other
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Nystagmus

Involuntary rhythmic movements of the eyes that consist of small-amplitude~ rapid tremors in one dir
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