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Glossary for Neurological disorders associated with Nystagmus in children

Medical terms related to Neurological disorders associated with Nystagmus in children or mentioned in this section include:

  • Cognitive impairment: General loss of mental or cognitive ability
  • Gaze evoked nystagmus: Gaze evoked nystagmus is involuntary drifting of the eye that occurs in a specific direction of gaze.
  • Neurological disorders associated with nystagmus: Neurological disorders associated with nystagmus is a condition in which there is involuntary jerking of the eyeball or eyeballs that is linked to a disorder of the nervous system.
  • Nystagmus: unintentional jittery movement of the eyes
  • Nystagmus in children: Nystagmus in children refers to a child who has an involuntary jerking of the eyeball.
  • Periodic alternating nystagmus: Periodic alternating nystagmus refers to episodes of involuntary jerking of the eyeballs that alternates from one eye to the other.
  • Seesaw nystagmus: Seesaw nystagmus is involuntary jerking of the eyeballs that occurs in an oppositional up and down, see-saw manner.

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