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1. Cardinal features of superior oblique myokymia: An infrared oculography study (PubMed)

Cardinal features of superior oblique myokymia: An infrared oculography study Superior oblique myokymia (SOM) is a rare eye movement disorder characterized by unilateral oscillopsia and binocular diplopia. Our study aimed to better understand SOM using infrared oculography.We examined and recorded five patients with SOM.Binocular infrared oculography showed that in primary gaze, all patients exhibited torsional oscillations, which worsened in infraduction and abduction and improved

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2017 American journal of ophthalmology case reports