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October 1982

Monocular Ictal Nystagmus

Author Affiliations

Rihab FitzGerald
From the Departments of Medicine, Hialeah and Palmetto General Hospitals, Hialeah, Fla (Dr Jacome), the Department of Neurology, University of Miami School of Medicine (Dr Jacome), and the Comprehensive Epilepsy Program of Minnesota and EEG Laboratories, St Paul Ramsey Hospital (Ms FitzGerald).

Arch Neurol. 1982;39(10):653-656. doi:10.1001/archneur.1982.00510220051012
Abstract

• A 15-year-old girl with tonic-clonic and absence seizures exhibited right monocular horizontal nystagmus during generalized seizures that were triggered by photic stimulation at a frequency of 15 flashes per second. The ictal nystagmus is considered to be a pathologic form of flash-induced afternystagmus that occurs in the context of an epileptic event.

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