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Different types of nystagmus are exhibited across five patients in this silent, black and white film. Intertitles describe each type of nystagmus, while the viewer is shown extreme close ups of involuntary eye movements.
From the Department of Otology, Northwestern University Medical School, Chicago Illinois.
A technique to test the vestibular apparatus of a man in his mid- to late 20s is demonstrated in this black and white, silent film. Cold water is injected into the man’s left ear canal with a syringe. Onset of nystagmus (rapid and involuntary eye movements) begins after about twenty seconds. Intertitles describe the procedure.
From the Department of Otolaryngology, Northwestern University Medical School.
In this silent, color film, different examples of ocular movements characteristic of nystagmus are shown on men and women. The subjects are mainly shown in close up. The quality of the film is poor—the film is often out of focus, the light levels change, and the camera shakes at times.
Presented by James E. Lebensohn, MD, Chicago, Ill. Photography by Hugh L. Hunter of Belgard-Spero, Inc. Additional cases presented and photographed R. F. Carmody, MD, Gary, Ind.