Visual Function, Brain Imaging, and Physiological Factors in Children With Asymmetric Nystagmus due to Chiasmal Gliomas.
Pediatric Neurology, pp. 30-37, 2019.
We hypothesize that asymmetric nystagmus associated with optic pathway gliomas is caused by subclinical abnormalities to retinal axons that connect to gaze holding centers in the rostral midbrain. Direct compression of the rostral midbrain was a possible factor to asymmetric nystagmus in some subjects. However, many subjects with stable g...More
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