oscillopsia


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oscillopsia

 [os″ĭ-lop´se-ah]
a visual sensation that stationary objects are swaying back and forth.

os·cil·lop·si·a

(os'i-lop'sē-ă),
The subjective sensation of oscillation of objects viewed.
Synonym(s): oscillating vision
[L. oscillo, to swing, + G. opsis, vision]

oscillopsia

/os·cil·lop·sia/ (os″ĭ-lop´se-ah) a visual sensation that stationary objects are swaying back and forth.

oscillopsia

[os′silop′sē·ə]
abnormal jerky eye movements which are commonly associated with multiple sclerosis but can also result from head injury. They create a subjective sensation that the environment is oscillating.

os·cil·lop·si·a

(os'i-lop'sē-ă)
The subjective sensation of oscillation of objects viewed.
Synonym(s): oscillating vision.
[L. oscillo, to swing, + G. opsis, vision]

oscillopsia 

Vision in which objects appear to oscillate. It may be due to acquired nystagmus, loss of vestibular function, neurosis, multiple sclerosis, in superior oblique myokymia, etc.
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The former includes vertigo, disequilibrium, oscillopsia, nystagmus, the Tullio phenomenon, and the Hennebert sign; the latter comprises autophony, hearing loss, pulsatile tinnitus, tinnitus, and ear fullness.
I pazienti con problemi vestibolari centrali possono manifestare in questi test molti segni/sintomi come vertigine ("vertigo"), nausea, nistagmo, oscillopsia, atassia, e disequilibrio.
Acute or subacute unilateral vestibular failure, characterised by rotational vertigo, oscillopsia, and a tendency to fall toward the affected ear - usually acute vestibular neuritis.
Dynamic Visual-Acuity - A Test for Oscillopsia and Vestibuloocular Reflex Function.
describe a series of patients with oscillopsia induced by pencil tapping, telephone ringing, or the sound of cutlery falling on the floor.
Persons with MS, who generally have more subtle difficulties with contrast and color perception, double vision, or oscillopsia (perception that the environment is shaking), will appreciate and perhaps benefit from Dr.
Optic disc pallor, atrophy, blurred vision, diplopia, nystagmus, oscillopsia, intranuclear ophthahnoplegia or visual field defects may develop, as well as depression and anxiety.
The resulting symptoms include headache, nausea, dizziness, stomach discomfort, eyestrain, oscillopsia, and postural ataxia (Kennedy et al.
Oscillopsia is often so debilitating that those afflicted find it difficult to stand upright and have particular difficulty in any situation in which other objects are moving within their visual field (e.
For example, the presence of oscillopsia (illusory motion of the world) can be extremely debilitating and disorientating, making visual information difficult to interpret.
A 41-year-old man was referred to our tertiary care otoneurology center for evaluation of dizziness, oscillopsia, deafness in the right ear, and disabling tinnitus in the presence of normal hearing in the left ear.
Oscillopsia can occur with ataxic nystagmus; more rarely there are nuclear or infranuclear III, IV or VI nerve palsies and gaze palsies.