Downbeat Nystagmus:



The presence of downbeat nystagmus suggests a lesion in the cervicomedullary junction. Causes include Arnold-Chiari's syndrome, spinocerebellar degeneration, stroke and multiple sclerosis.  ...  (+ info)

Downbeat Nystagmus-anti-GAD cerebellar syndrome.f4v:



A patient with Anti-GAD positive Cerebellar syndrome with ataxia and opsoclonus due to downbeat nystagmus , treated with Baclofen with some improvement.  ...  (+ info)

Downbeat nystagmus:



Downbeat nystagmus is due to a pathology in the vestibulocerebellum and localized to the cervicomedullary Junction. Common causes include Arnold Chiari malformations, demyelination, and drugs.  ...  (+ info)

Down Beat Nystagmus:



Same day changes in dizziness with Balance-Based Torso-Weighting and BalanceWear with a patient with SCA-6.  ...  (+ info)

Eye Movements Disorders (Up-beat & Down-beat Nystagmus) 18/34:



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Downbeat nystagmus in ENG, Κάθετος νυσταγμός στο ΗΝΓ, Β.Σάνδρης:



Downbeat nystagmus in ENG, Κάθετος νυσταγμός στο ΗΝΓ, Β.Σάνδρης.  ...  (+ info)

Downbeat nystangmus:



A patient has Downbeat nystagmus due to Lithium.  ...  (+ info)

Positional nystagmus 5:



Persistent direction-changing geotropic positional nystagmus. downbeat torsional nystagmus in nose-down position.  ...  (+ info)





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