Epileptic gaze deviation and nystagmus.


We studied a patient with stereotyped focal seizures characterized by leftward conjugate eye- and head-turning followed by nystagmus. Eye deviation was associated with the appearance of seizure activity, recorded over the right temporo-occipital scalp, that did not spread frontally. The initial eye deviation consisted of a staircase of small saccades. The… (More)


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