nystagmus blockage syndrome

nys·tag·mus block·age syn·drome

strabismus with eyes and head in a position to minimize associated nystagmus.
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The most common causes of AHP were determined as fourth cranial nerve palsy (33.7%), Duane retraction syndrome (21.5%), sixth cranial nerve palsy (11%), nystagmus blockage syndrome (9.8%) and Brown syndrome (6.7%).
Amblyopia was most common in nystagmus blockage syndrome (100%) and least common in Duane retraction syndrome (16.0%).
(8) Incomitant strabismus was also a prominent cause of ocular AHP in the present study, and the five most common causes were fourth nerve palsy (33.7%), Duane retraction syndrome (21.5%), sixth nerve palsy (11%), nystagmus blockage syndrome (9.8%), and Brown syndrome (6.7%).