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Teufel, Julian; Bardins, Stanislaw; Spiegel, Rainer; Kremmyda, Olympia; Schneider, Erich; Strupp, Michael; Kalla, Roger (2016): Real-time computer-based visual feedback improves visual acuity in downbeat nystagmus - a pilot study. In: Journal of neuroengineering and rehabilitation 13:1
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Abstract

Patients with downbeat nystagmus syndrome suffer from oscillopsia, which leads to an unstable visual perception and therefore impaired visual acuity. The aim of this study was to use real-time computer-based visual feedback to compensate for the destabilizing slow phase eye movements.