Rotational nystagmus



rotational nystagmus ro·ta·tion·al nystagmus (rō-tā’shə-nəl)
n.
A jerky nystagmus arising from stimulation of the labyrinth of the ear by rotation of the head around any axis and induced by change of motion.

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