Steven E Rubin

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Head nodding (to-and-fro turning about the vertical cervical axis) associated with abnormal eye movements may be seen in spasmus nutans and congenital nystagmus. In the absence of abnormal eye movements, it may be indicative of neurological disease (eg, cerebellar disease, basal ganglia dysfunction). We report a neurologically normal infant without(More)
INTRODUCTION Visual acuity in albinism can vary and is difficult to predict. We undertook this study to investigate whether patients with albinism with absent or minimal nystagmus have better visual acuity and ocular alignment than patients with albinism and obvious nystagmus. METHODS Our retrospective chart review of 38 pediatric patients with albinism(More)
Six patients with thyroid ophthalmopathy presented with what appeared to be a unilateral superior oblique paresis by the three-step test, which was eventually followed by more typical findings of thyroid disease. This early motility defect in thyroid ophthalmopathy may be caused by a restrictive process due to involvement of the inferior rectus muscle.(More)
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