The effects of baclofen and cholinergic drugs on upbeat and downbeat nystagmus

The GABAergic drug baclofen and the cholinergic drug physostigmine were administered to patients with upbeat and downbeat nystagmus. Baclofen (orally, 5 mg three times daily) reduced nystagmus slow phase velocity and distressing oscillopsia by 25-75% in four out of five patients (two upbeat nystagmu...

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Published in:Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry, Vol. 54, No. 7 (1991), p. 627-32
Main Author: Dieterich, M
Other Involved Persons: Straube, A ; Brandt, T ; Paulus, W ; Büttner, U
Format: Article
Item Description:Date Completed 24.10.1991
Date Revised 01.05.2019
published: Print
Citation Status MEDLINE
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