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Featured Article for June 15, 2018
Nystagmus is defined by rhythmic, abnormal eye movements with a "slow" eye movement driving the eye off target followed by a second movement that brings the eye back to the target. The movement can be horizontal, vertical, torsional or a combination of these movements.
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- Alpa S. Patel, M.D.
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