The prevalence of nystagmus: the Leicestershire nystagmus survey.

@article{Sarvananthan2009ThePO,
  title={The prevalence of nystagmus: the Leicestershire nystagmus survey.},
  author={Nagini Sarvananthan and Mylvaganam Surendran and Eryl O. Roberts and Sunila Jain and Simon Thomas and Nitant A Shah and Frank Anthony Proudlock and John R. Thompson and Rebecca Jane McLean and Christopher Degg and Geoffrey Neil Woodruff and Irene Gottlob},
  journal={Investigative ophthalmology & visual science},
  year={2009},
  volume={50 11},
  pages={
          5201-6
        }
}
PURPOSE Nystagmus, which can be infantile (congenital) or acquired, affects all ages. The prevalence of nystagmus in the general population is unknown. New genetic research and therapeutic modalities are emerging. Previous estimates have been based on wider ophthalmic epidemiologic studies within specific occupational or age groups. The authors carried out the first epidemiologic study to specifically establish the prevalence of nystagmus in Leicestershire and Rutland in the United Kingdom… CONTINUE READING
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