Dan Gold, D.O.
Assistant Professor of Neurology, Ophthalmology, Neurosurgery, Otolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery,
The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine


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  1. Classes of eye movements
    1. Saccades
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
    2. Convergence
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
    3. Smooth pursuit
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
    4. Vestibulo-ocular reflex and head impulse testing
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
    5. VOR suppression
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
    6. Assessing alignment
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
    7. Assessing range of eye movements/motility
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
    8. Head-shaking
      1. Normal
      2. Abnormal
  2. Specific ocular motor syndromes (1)
    1. Cranial nerve palsies
      1. Third (Oculomotor)
        1. Cyclical
        2. Subnuclear
        3. Aberrant Regeneration
        4. Nuclear
      2. Fourth (Trochlear)
      3. Sixth (Abducens)
    2. Nuclear/Supranuclear palsies
      1. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia
      2. One and half syndrome
      3. Horizontal gaze palsy
      4. Vertical gaze palsy
      5. Skew deviation
      6. Upgaze palsy
      7. Downgaze palsy
      8. Lateropulsion
    3. Ocular neuromyotonia
    4. Convergence spasm
    5. Convergence insufficiency
    6. Divergence insufficiency
  3. Other ocular motor syndromes by location
    1. Medulla
    2. Pons
    3. Mesencephalon
    4. Dorsal midbrain syndrome
    5. Cerebellar pathology
  4. Nystagmus and disorders of ocular stability
    1. Pendular nystagmus (binocular & monocular)
      1. Oculopalatal myoclonus
    2. Congenital vs acquired nystagmus
    3. Jerk nystagmus
      1. Downbeat nystagmus
      2. Upbeat nystagmus
      3. Rebound nystagmus
      4. Periodic alternating Nystagmus
      5. Convergence retraction nystagmus
      6. Rotary (torsional) nystagmus
      7. Abducting nystagmus
      8. Latent nystagmus
      9. Vestibular nystagmus
        1. Acute vestibular syndrome
      10. End-gaze nystagmus
      11. Gaze-evoked nystagmus
    4. Induced nystagmus
      1. Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV)
        1. Posterior Canal
          1. Diagnosis
          2. Treatment
        2. Horizontal Canal
          1. Diagnosis
          2. Treatment
        3. Anterior Canal
          1. Diagnosis
          2. Treatment
      2. Central positional nystagmus
      3. Hyperventilation-induced nystagmus
      4. Valsalva-induced nystagmus
      5. Other provocative maneuvers to induce nystagmus
    5. Ocular oscillations
      1. Superior oblique myokymia
      2. Square wave jerks
      3. Opsoclonus
      4. Flutter
    6. Miscellaneous
      1. Horner's Syndrome
      2. Duane's Syndrome
      3. Myasthenia gravis
      4. Miller Fisher syndrome
      5. Facial Nerve Palsy
      6. Oculogyric crisis