Firstly, patients who develop significant symptoms with testing but do not develop nystagmus do not have benign paroxysmal positional vertigo.
It principally manifests itself as an increase of the dark adaptation threshold, nystagmus , and often moderate to high short sightedness, although the refractive state may be long sighted or normal.
They had slower reaction times for visual and auditory stimuli, as well as subtle chorea, dystonia, and nystagmus .
Toxic side effects of phenytoin include nystagmus , dysarthria, diplopia, ataxia, and exacerbation of seizures.
Common symptoms include weakness or numbness of a limb, monocular visual loss, diplopia, vertigo, facial weakness or numbness, sphincter disturbances, ataxia, and nystagmus .
He had complete ptosis, limitation of eye movements in all directions, and nystagmus on lateral gaze.
Dysmetria, nystagmus , and cranial nerve palsies, especially involving the sixth and third nerves, may result from lesions of the brain stem and cerebellum.
The illness was characterised by gait disturbance, a relapsing and remitting course, nystagmus , and status epilepticus.
Tremor can be found in multiple sclerosis often with slurred speech and jerky eye movements, called nystagmus .
Potentially serious neurologic disease should be suspected in patients with focal neurologic signs, severe ataxia, nystagmus changing direction, vertical nystagmus and abnormal eye movement.