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Acquired Pendular Nystagmus in Multiple Sclerosis

Legend: Video shows acquired pendular nystagmus in a patient with multiple sclerosis. The first video segment shows minimal to no movement in the right eye and small horizontal pendular oscillations in the left eye. The second segment shows a magnified view of the right eye, with minimal to no visible movement in the right eye. The third segment shows a magnified view of the left eye, with small horizontal pendular oscillations. The fourth video segment shows marked saccadic hypermetria, evidence that this patient also had cerebellar dysfunction, as is typical of most patients with acquired pendular nystagmus from multiple sclerosis.

Duration: 1:16

Associated with: CONTINUUM: Lifelong Learning in Neurology. 25(5):1376-1400, October 2019

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