BRUNS NYSTAGMUS PDF

1: Biswas SN, Ray S, Ball S, Chakraborty PP. Bruns nystagmus: an important clinical clue for cerebellopontine angle tumours. BMJ Case Rep. Jan BMJ Case Rep. Jan 17; pii: bcr doi: /bcr Bruns nystagmus: an important clinical clue for cerebellopontine angle. Bruns Nystagmus in Cerebellopontine Angle Tumor. Article (PDF Available) · March with Reads. DOI: /jamaneurol · Source.

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A coarse right-beating nystagmus with rightward nystzgmus and a fine primary-position left-beating nystagmus which was appreciated by ophthalmoscopy that increased on leftward gaze, consistent with Bruns nystagmus, was noticed video.

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Bruns nystagmus: an important clinical clue for cerebellopontine angle tumours.

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She had features of increased intracranial pressure. Our website uses cookies to enhance your experience.

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Bruns nystagmus: an important clinical clue for cerebellopontine angle tumours.

Clinical examination revealed gross papilledema in both eyes with secondary optic atrophy. Hence, a space-occupying lesion in the right cerebellopontine angle was considered.

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