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Ocular Flutter

Legend: Video shows a patient with runs of back-to-back horizontal saccades, consistent with ocular flutter. Note that in this patient, they were elicited by voluntary lateral saccades. Ocular flutter typically occurs in the setting of cerebellar disease, either from an infectious or parainfectious cerebellitis or paraneoplastic disease.

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Associated with: CONTINUUM: Lifelong Learning in Neurology. 25(5):1401-1421, October 2019

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