John Libbey Eurotext

Epileptic nystagmus Volume 8, issue 4, December 2006

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Tepecik Training Hospital, Izmir, Turkey

Epileptic nystagmus is a rare, ictal phenomenon characterized by rapid, repetitive eye movements caused by epileptic activity. We report on a patient with cryptogenic focal epilepsy who presented a long-lasting (>30mn) episode of left head and eyes deviation and left-beating nystagmus not crossing the midline. Interictal EEG showed right temporal abnormalities.[Published with video sequences]