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How is vestibular nystagmus related to vertigo?

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How is vestibular nystagmus related to vertigo?

Vestibular Nystagmus and Related Disorders:

Nystagmus is a rapid, rhythmic, involuntary eye movement. These movements of the eye can be horizontal, vertical, or rotary. This is an abnormal condition and can be a sign of eye disease, nervous system disease or drug toxicity.

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Vestibular nystagmus and vertigo are related because both disorders originate from the same inner ear structure: the vestibular apparatus. Vestibular...

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