end-point nystagmus

end-point nys·tag·mus

a jerky, physiologic nystagmus occurring in a normal individual when attempts are made to fixate a point at the limits of the field of fixation.
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(5) Finally, one form of nystagmus commonly encountered in practice during motility testing is end-point nystagmus; this is seen when looking to extreme positions of gaze, and is due to a 'leaky' neural integrator.
Gaze-evoked nystagmus often is encountered in healthy patients; in which case it is called end-point nystagmus. End-point nystagmus does not appear within a small angle of gaze which was used in our examination.