Localize: Uncoordinated Corgi


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    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      My apologies…that was a typo…the post should have read fast phase to the right not left. Thanks for pointing it out!

  1. Paolo Pignero
    Paolo Pignero says:

    I remember that the fast phase of nystagmus
    indicates that the injury is from that side of vestibular system . Is it correct ?

    • neuropetvet
      neuropetvet says:

      The fast phase usually “runs away” from the side of the lesion. So, nystagmus with a fast phase to the right usually indicates a left-sided lesion.

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