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The authors take into account two different types of stationary, persistent and direction-changing nystagmus (ny): 1) the horizontal bidirectional ny (nyOB), apogeotropic (nyOBA) and geotropic (nyOBG); 2) the tridirectional apogeotropic ny (nyAT). The nyOBA was identified in experimental studies in 1973 but no other studies on the subject have been(More)
This report would not be possible without the expertise generously shared by representatives of other state cardiac outcomes reporting programs: Outcomes Center of the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and respondents and do not necessarily represent the views of the(More)
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