Treating Nystagmus in the Down Syndrome Population

What is Nystagmus?
Nystagmus is an involuntary "flutter" or movement of the eyes (like the actor in "The Crying Game"). Seventeen percent of people with Down syndrome have nystagmus (Neuroimaging Findings in Patients With Down Syndrome and Nystagmus. Wong, 2016), while it appears in about .015 percent in the typical pediatric population, usually o...

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