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Electronystagmography: Electronystagmography is an electrodiagnostic test used to measure involuntary rapid eye movement, or nystagmus; electrodes are placed near the eyes to measure changes in the electrical field imposed by the muscles controlling eye movement, with or without various stimuli (e.g. blowing air into the ear or changing head position).

Electronystagmography: Other Names

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Diseases Associated with Electronystagmography

These diseases or medical conditions may be diagnosed by, screened for, or associated with Electronystagmography:

  • Brainstem lesions
  • Cerebellum lesions
  • Eighth cranial nerve injury
  • Vestibular system lesions
  • Demyelinating disease (e.g. multiple sclerosis)

Basic Information: Electronystagmography

Electronystagmography: Measures electrical activity of eye muscles in order to evaluate and record eye movements. Used to record involuntary eye movements such as in nystagmus.

Disease or Condition count: 0; see list of conditions below. These are the diseases or medical conditions in which the medical test 'Electronystagmography' may be involved.

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