Polygraphic recording is presented of the sleep pattern in a young male who developed nystagmus and oscillopsia associated with a remittent CNS demyelinating disease. The vestibular nystagmus observed during wakefulness disappeared during all stages of sleep, including rapid eye movement sleep (REM). Since vestibular nystagmus experimentally induced in wakefulness is also absent during all phases of sleep, these findings suggest that during sleep similar suppressive mechanisms are operative.
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↵1 Supported in part by funds from Grant No. EC-00341 and NASA Contract No. 9-BB32-79-2-1461. Presented at the 12th Annual Meeting of the Association for the Psychophysiological Study of Sleep, New York, May 1972.