Positional nystagmus in the dark in normal subjects

@inproceedings{Bisdorff2000PositionalNI,
  title={Positional nystagmus in the dark in normal subjects},
  author={Alexandre R. Bisdorff and S. Sancovic and Damien Debatisse and Christopher R. Bentley and Michael A. Gresty and Adolfo M Bronstein},
  year={2000}
}
Horizontal and vertical components of spontaneous nystagmus in the dark were assessed in 40 healthy subjects with monocular computerised video-oculography. Five different static head-in-space positions were used: sitting upright, face up, right ear down, left ear down, and face down; the head-on-trunk position being kept the same in each position. In the sitting position, four subjects (10%) had downbeat nystagmus (slow-phase velocity [SPV] 0.7 °/s, SD 0.27) and 12 (30%) had upbeat nystagmus… CONTINUE READING

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