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Nystagmus, Pathologic

 Subject
Subject Source: Medical Subject Headings
Scope Note: Notes = Involuntary movements of the eye that are divided into two types, jerk and pendular. Jerk nystagmus has a slow phase in one direction followed by a corrective fast phase in the opposite direction, and is usually caused by central or peripheral vestibular dysfunction. Pendular nystagmus features oscillations that are of equal velocity in both directions and this condition is often associated with visual loss early in life.,Created For = LHSA-Dott

Found in 385 Collections and/or Records:

PR2.533, 1942

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Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.533
Scope and Contents

Correspondence and notes relating to female patient from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 60 at first examination in 1942. Conditions mentioned include: vertigo; petit mal; nystagmus; deafness; and depression. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1942

PR2.598, 1942-1944

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Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.598
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary, notes and charts relating to female patient from Edinburgh and the Lothiansaged 9 at first examination in 1942. Conditions mentioned include: measles; unconsciousness; cyanosis; vomiting; twitching; drowsiness; headaches; horizontal nystagmus; and epilepsy. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1942-1944

PR2.808, 1942

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Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.808
Scope and Contents

Notes and correspondence relating to female patient aged 42 at first examination in 1942. Conditions mentioned include: disseminated sclerosis; hypotonus; and nystagmus. No treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1942

PR2.887, 1940-1942

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Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.887
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary and correspondence relating to male patient from Great Britain (excluding Scotland)aged 10 at first examination in 1942. Conditions mentioned include: unconsciousness; petit mal; erythema; twitching; staggering of gait; vomiting; double vision; depression; epanutin in toxication; gingivitis; ataxia; nystagmus; and slurring of speech. No treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1940-1942

PR2.906, 1942-1945

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Identifier: LHB1 CC/24/PR2.906
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary, notes, charts and correspondence relating to male from Great Britain (excluding Scotland)aged 31 at first examination in 1942. Conditions mentioned include: numbness; horizontal nystagmus; hypertonus; paraesthesiae; ataxia; blindness; facial weakness; and disseminated sclerosis. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1942-1945

PR3.124, 1941

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Identifier: LHB40 CC/2/PR3.124
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary and note relating to male leading aircraftman from outside Great Britain aged 31 at first examination in 1941 Conditions mentioned include: sclerosis; pins and needles; numbness; nystgmus; and stiffness of gait. No treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1941

PR3.163, 1941

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Identifier: LHB40 CC/2/PR3.163
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary and chart relating to male gunner from Edinburgh and the Lothians aged 30 at first examination in 1941 Conditions mentioned include: headache; giddy turns; pain in left leg; nystagmus; cerebral and spinal concussion; and chronic ostitis. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1941

PR3.179, 1941

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Identifier: LHB40 CC/2/PR3.179
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary relating to male lance corporal from Scotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 40 at first examination in 1941 Conditions mentioned include: headache; diplopia; vetigo; dizziness; nystagmus; papilloedema; cerebral thrombophlebitis; epilepsy; otitis media and right abducens paresis. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1941

PR3.203, 1941

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Identifier: LHB40 CC/2/PR3.203
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary relating to male private fromGreat Britain (excluding Scotland) aged 30 at first examination in1941 Conditions mentioned include: vomiting; giddiness; slight grade of middle ear deafness; nasal-pharyngeal infection; chronic right otitis; headache; nystagmus; secondary meniere's syndrome; migraine; and hypersecretory dyspepsia. Nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1941

PR3.225, 1941-1952

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Identifier: LHB40 CC/2/PR3.225
Scope and Contents

Typed case summary, correspondence, reports, notes and drawing relating to male sergeant fromScotland (outside Edinburgh and the Lothians) aged 24 at first examination in1941 Conditions mentioned include: numbness; paraesthesia; hydro-nephrosis; post traumatic epilepsy; concussional head injury; headaches; ptosis; nystagmus; hypotonia; astrocytoma; and left homonymous hemianopia. Surgical and nonsurgical treatment given. Patient discharged.

Dates: 1941-1952