Right Gaze



FIGURE 2-7. A schemata for recording nystagmus patterns, illustrating a left jerk nystagmus that worsens on leftgaze and improves on rightgaze. Double or triple arrows in any one block indicate increased movement in that gaze position. A combination of symbols can be used to fully record the movement pattern.

about the examination room will facilitate recognizing such factors as head positions, which may become more pronounced when the child is trying to move through the environment as opposed to sitting on the parent's lap.

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