- nysaean nymphs,
- nysten's law,
Origin of nystagmus
Examples from the Web for nystagmus
Vertigo and nystagmus may also be present, in addition to occipital headache and tenderness on percussion.
Nystagmus occasionally occurs in monocular fixation (with exclusion of the other eye).
On the right, nystagmus on fixation, fingers are counted at 5-6 feet.
Not to complicate the question, however, I have excluded all cases of nystagmus from the following investigation.
There may be nystagmus, and the patient suffers from vertigo, and is unable to co-ordinate his movements.
Word Origin for nystagmus
medical Latin, from Greek nystagmos "nodding, drowsiness," from nystazein "to nod, be sleepy," from PIE *sneud(h)- "to be sleepy."