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INTRODUCTION

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The proper control of eye movements requires the coordinated activity of many different anatomic structures in the peripheral and central nervous system, and in turn, manifestations of a diverse array of neurologic and medical disorders are revealed as disorders of eye movement. In this remarkable video collection, an introduction to distinctive eye movement disorders encountered in the context of neuromuscular, paraneoplastic, demyelinating, neurovascular, and neurodegenerative disorders is presented.

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Cases with Multiple Sclerosis
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–01.

Fisher’s one-and-a-half syndrome (ID164-2)

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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–02.

A Case of ocular flutter (ID166-2)

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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–03.

Downbeat nystagmus and periodic alternating nystagmus (ID168-6)

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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–04.

Bilateral internuclear ophthalmoplegia (ID933-1)

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Cases with Myasthenia Gravis or Mitochondrial Myopathy
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–05.

Unilateral ptosis: myasthenia gravis (thymic tumor) (ID163-1)

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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–06.

Progressive external ophthalmoplegia (progressive external ophthalmoplegia: mitochondrial cytopathy) (ID906-2)

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Cases with Paraneoplastic Disease
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–07.

Paraneoplastic upbeat nystagmus, cancer of the pancreas, positive anti-hu antibody (ID212-3)

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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–08.

Paraneoplastic ocular flutter, small-cell adenocarcinoma of the lung, negative marker (ID936-7)

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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–09.

Opsoclonus/flutter, bilateral sixth nerve palsy, adenocarcinoma of the breast, negative marker (ID939-8)

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Cases with Fisher’s Syndrome
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–10.

Bilateral ptosis: facial diplegia, total external ophthalmoplegia, positive anti-gQ1b antibody (ID944-1)

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Cases with Vascular Disease
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–11.

Retinal emboli (film or fundus) (ID16-1)

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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–12.

Third nerve palsy (microinfarct) (ID939-2)

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Case with Neurodegenerative Disease
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–13.

Apraxia of eyelid opening (progressive supranuclear palsy) (ID932-3)

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Case of Thyroid-Associated Ophthalmopathy
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–14.

Restrictive orbitopathy of graves’ disease, bilateral exophthalmos (ID925-4)

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Case with Wernicke’s Encephalopathy
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–15.

Bilateral sixth nerve palsies (ID 163-3)

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Case with the Locked-in-Syndrome
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Vedio Graphic Jump Location
Video 27–16.

Ocular dipping (ID 4-1)

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