dancing eyes

A fanciful term for prominent nystagmus with rapid changes in all directions—rotary, vertical, horizontal, diagonal—first described in glycogen storage disease, type VIII, but which may occur in normal subjects
Prognosis Hypotonia, decerebration, death

dancing eyes

See OPSOCLONUS.
References in classic literature ?
As suddenly released, with thumping tail and dancing eyes, Michael gazed up into the god's face.
Soon he observed that she was tripping gayly back and forth with flushed face and dancing eyes, pretending to be busy chasing school- mates, and screaming with laughter when she made a capture; but he noticed that she always made her capt- ures in his vicinity, and that she seemed to cast a con- scious eye in his direction at such times, too.
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In 2003 she published the novella The Man with the Dancing Eyes, which she dubbed an "adult fairy-tale".
I'll never forget Ryan, the boy with the dancing eyes and the infectious laugh.
That day, he came home with dancing eyes betraying a poker face, presenting a literature class essay with - finally
He has been smitten since attending the launch of her book The Man With The Dancing Eyes and was among a host of stars who attended the post-launch private dinner and party.
Her novella, The Man With The Dancing Eyes, made the best-seller lists when it was released in February.
Our real purpose is to say we love Sophie's wonderfully charming book The Man With The Dancing Eyes.
SOPHIE DAHL must be desperate to woo buyers of all ages for her book The Man With The Dancing Eyes.
NOT only is Sophie Dahl, 24, writing her first book, The Man With the Dancing Eyes, she's judging others.