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Monday, 13 April 2009 21:24

 

What is Nystagmus? What is the treatment of Nystagmus?

 

Nystagmus is uncontrolled rythmatic movements of the eye. A patient will typically adapt to the movement and only notice vision blur. There are multiple forms of nystagmus. There is no treatment for nystagmus and often nystagmus is permanent. This is a neurological condition. If the nystagmus is being caused by a disease then the disease should be treated. Medication can also cause nystagmus. All forms of nystagmus should be evaluated by an eye doctor. A neurological workup is often done.

 

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Last Updated on Sunday, 13 January 2013 23:08
 

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