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Ocular bobbing and opsoclonus
  1. H. G. Boddie
  1. Department of Neurology, North Staffordshire Hospital Centre, Stoke-on-Trent


    A case in which two rare abnormal spontaneous eye movements, ocular bobbing and opsoclonus, were observed, is reported. Their pathophysiology and distinction from other abnormal spontaneous eye movements are discussed.

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    Two abnormal spontaneous eye movements occurring in the same patient: case report

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