Epilepsy / eye movements.
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Roll E - Epilepsy and eye movements. The following titles and description is taken from the Institute of Neurology cinefilm catalogue. "Epilepsy. Self-induced epilepsy: A girl of 8 years is shown inducing minor epilepsy in herself by waving her hand before her eyes as she looked at the sun. The EEG sequences are also shown (6 min.) / Adversive seizures: The film shows two adversive seizures in a boy, together with the EEG (3 min.). Eye movements. Supranuclear palsy of eye closure: A woman of 59 years with extrapyramidal rigidity is shown as unable to close her eyes to command though the blink reflex was intact. Saccadic eye movements were lost but pursuit movements were intact (6 min.) / Internuclear ophthalmoplegia: A short film showing examples of posterior and anterior, unilateral and bilaterial, internuclear ophthalmoplegia (3 min.) / One-and-a-half syndrome: A short clip illustrating the features of this syndrome (1.5 min.) / Parinaud's syndrome: a film showing loss of upward gaze with preservation of Bell's phenomenon. Down beat nystagmus is also seen (2 min.) / Abnormalities of eye movements: Clips are shown of their and sixth nerve paralysis, complete external ophthalmoplegia, gaze paralysis and divergence paralysis (6 min.) / Ocular myopathy: A short clip illustrating ptoses and external ophthalmoplegia in a girl of 14 years (1.5 min.) / Eye movements: Three patients with brain stem lesions are shown to illustrate differential loss of eye movements. Loss of horizontal eye movement with preservation of vertical movement and vice versa are seen together with disturbed optokinetic nystagmus (3.5 min.)"
2 videocassettes (1" C) (33 min.) : sound, silent, color, black and white, PAL.
2 DVDs (33 min.) : sound, silent, color, black and white, PAL.