Tremor and Other Hyperkinetic Movements

Oculogyric Crises

Marianne Solberg, Jeanette Koht

Abstract


Background: Oculogyric crises are involuntary movements of the eyeballs and can occur due to different etiologies.

Phenomenology Shown: This video abstract shows a man with oculogyric crises due to side effect of neuroleptics.

Educational Value: Oculogyric crises are easy to recognize if once seen.

 


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