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1 NOVEL_Cogan_39-1Acquired Nystagmus in Childhoodunusual nystagmus with diencephalic tumor; high frequency nystagmus with head bobbling; 20/20 vision with high degree of nystamus (congenital) Presenting Symptom: inverted OKN; head nodding; face turn. Pathology: large glioma biopsiedEye Movement Recordings; Nystagmus, Congenital vs Acquired; Spasmus Nutans; Nystagmus, Optokinetic; Nystagmus, Specific Types and Their Localizing Calue
2 NOVEL_Cogan_22-2AgnosiaClinical Signs: left hemianopia. Presenting Symptom: over-reaching for object; normal visual acuity; difficulty identifying objects; difficulty in spatial relations. History: Episodes of disorientation. Disease/ Diagnosis: Agnosia.Agnosias; Tactile Agnosia
3 NOVEL_Cogan_25-1Agnosia27 year old right-handed patient with epileptic seizures since age 14; just coming out of a petit mal attack and is disoriented. Presenting Symptom: memory loss; some difficulty reading and writing. Disease/Diagnosis: EpilepsySeizures, Neuro-Ophthalmologic Manifestations; Agnosias; Post-Epileptic Seizure
4 NOVEL_Cogan_23-5Agraphia (with associated alexia); Agnosias32 year old male; partial pneumonectomy 2 weeks prior; post-operative difficulty finding objects, with memory; confabulates to circumvent memory deficit. Disease/Diagnosis: Dyslexia, Acquired; Agraphia; AgnosiaAgraphia (with Associated Alexia); Agnosias; Pneumonectomy
5 NOVEL_Cogan_23-6Agraphia (with associated alexia); Agnosias32 year old male; partial pneumonectomy 3 weeks prior; post-operative difficulty finding objects and with memory; confabulates to circumvent memory deficit. Presenting Symptom: visual function has improved significantly since the earlier recording (5 days prior); memory remains profoundly deficient;...Agraphia (with Associated Alexia); Agnosias; Pneumonectomy
6 NOVEL_Cogan_21-6Agraphia (with associated alexia)Clinical Signs: symmetrical opto-kinetic response. 42 year old right-handed male; vague symptoms dating 2 months with acute symptoms for past 2 weeks, especially in calculations; occasional difficulties with speech, writing, and dressing. Disease/ Diagnosis: Acquired Agraphia; Dyscalculia; Alexia, P...Eye Movement Recordings; Agraphia (with associated alexia); Aphasia; Dyscalculia; Alexia; Dysgraphia; Dressing Ataxia
7 NOVEL_Cogan_22-1Agraphia (with associated alexia)difficulty in dressing; episodes of disorientation. Presenting Symptom. over-reaching for object; normal visual acuity; difficulty identifying objects; difficulty in spatial relations. Disease/ Diagnosis: Dyslexia, Acquired; Agraphia; AgnosiaAgraphia (with Associated Alexia); Agnosias; Dyslexia; Apraxia
8 NOVEL_Cogan_22-3Agraphia (with associated alexia)Presenting Symptom: ongoing difficulty with reading. History: initial episode 2 years ago; 46 year old male; unusually articulate; has an objective insight into episodes; passed out and fell down stairs; unconscious for 2 weeks; took several days to recognize his wife; speech impairment. Disease/ Di...Agraphia (with Associated Alexia); Prosopagnosia; Apraxia; Dyslexia
9 NOVEL_Cogan_16-1Alzheimer'sHistory: 11/26/75: Patient of Dr. Kolsky's examined by Bob Yee. The patient is a 65 year old woman with pre-senile dementia and abnormal opticokinetic response. The history is that at the age of 60 her recent and past memory became poor and she developed a vertical and horizontal diplopia at near an...Alzheimer's; Eye Movement Recordings; Eye Movement Systems Pathology
10 NOVEL_Cogan_16-2Alzheimer'sHistory and Presenting Symptom: 11/26/75: Patient of Dr. Kolsky's examined by Bob Yee. The patient is a 65 year old woman with pre-senile dementia and abnormal opticokinetic response. The history is that at the age of 60 her recent and past memory became poor and she developed a vertical and horizon...Alzheimer's
11 NOVEL_Cogan_5-1Arnold Chiari MalformationPresenting Symptom: vertigo; imbalance. 2-11-80: Pt seen at JHH with David Zee. Sx began 10-12 yrs ago with vertigo on defecation, hearty laughing, sneezing, or with anger. Devel an ataxic gait. Increasing recently. Diagnosis mad of Arnold Chiari on basis of myelogram and pt had a decompression whic...Chiari Malformation
12 NOVEL_Cogan_5-2Arnold Chiari MalformationClinical Signs: coarse horizontal nystagmus; occasional vertical component. Presenting Symptom: vertigo. History: 2-11-80: Pt seen at JHH with Dr. David Zee. PP is a 35 year old man with peculia affect. Symptoms began 16 yrs. Ago with illus. ov.of environment; cd. Be stopped by tilting head. Gait h...Chiari Malformation
13 NOVEL_Cogan_5-3Arnold Chiari MalformationClinical Signs: short neck; esotropia since childhood; horizontal nystagmus; cogwheel pursuit; ill-sustained vertical nystagmus; poor vestibular suppression; poor optokinetic response to drum; difficulty swallowing. Presenting Symptom: headache and neck pain w/ sneeze or cough. 1-9-80: 63 yr old man...Chiari Malformation
14 NOVEL_Cogan_6-1Arnold Chiari MalformationPresenting Symptom: downbeat nystagmus; hypometria to the right. 5-27-82: 32 year old man of short stature and overweight. Referred by Dr. Zee for study of down beat nystagmus. Has always had a short stocky neck and has had periodic apnea (2nd patient of Dr. Zee's with down beat nystagmus and interm...Chiari Malformation
15 NOVEL_Cogan_1-9Arnold Chiari Malformation / Parkinson's DiseaseClinical Signs: downward jerking of eyes every 1-2 sec; nystagmus. 12-14-82: 50 yr. old woman who has been followed with a Dx of Parkinson's for 9 years with presenting Sx of progressive (?) stiffness of legs but not of arms. The conspicuous eye signs are down-beat nystagmus and poor pursuit and poo...Posterior Cranial Fossa
16 NOVEL_Cogan_40-1Asymmetric Monocular NystagmusDecember 1977 pulmonary lesion, operative hypotension, right left confusion, finger agnosia, acalculia; December 1978 and June 1980 binocular optokinetic nystagmus normal; monocular OKN asymmetricEye Movement Recordings; Nystagmus, Monocular
17 NOVEL_Cogan_28-14Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia (CPEO)Clinical Signs: considerable limitation of gaze to the left and moderate to the right; slow eye movements; weakness of the obicularis in both eyes. History: 31 year old woman with drooping left eyelid since age 16; right eyelid began to droop a few years ago. Treatment: resection of the levator and ...Eye Movement Recordings; Ptosis
18 NOVEL_Cogan_28-13Congenital Ocular MyopathiesClinical Signs: limited eye movement in all directions. History: 4 year old child is one of three siblings with complete ophthalmoplegia and ptosis, without systemic abnormalities. Disease/ Diagnosis: Ophthalmoplegia; BlepharoptosisEye Movement Recordings; Myopathies, Congenital; Ptosis; Complete Ophthalmoplegia
19 NOVEL_Cogan_23-1Definitions in Neuro-OphthalmologyPresenting Symptom: (duplicates parts of 22-1); over-reaching for object; opt. Man ?apraxia; normal visual acuity; difficulty identifying objects; difficulty in spatial relations. History: difficulty in dressing; episodes of disorientation. Disease/ Diagnosis: Dyslexia, Acquired; Agraphia; AgnosiaAgraphia (with Associated Alexia); Agnosias; Object Agnosia
20 NOVEL_Cogan_23-2Definitions in Neuro-OphthalmologyPresenting Symptom: (duplicates parts of 22-1); over-reaching for object; opt. Man ?apraxia; normal visual acuity; difficulty identifying objects; difficulty in spatial relations. difficulty in dressing; episodes of disorientation. Disease/ Diagnosis: Dyslexia, Acquired; Agraphia; AgnosiaAgraphia (with Associated Alexia); Agnosias; Object Agnosia
21 NOVEL_Cogan_24-1Definitions in Neuro-OphthalmologyPresenting Symptom: unable to read or recognize letters; difficulty with numbers and simple math. woman unable to read or sew as before; episode of disorientation. Disease/ Diagnosis: Alexia; Agraphia; AgnosiasAgraphia (with Associated Alexia); Agnosias
22 NOVEL_Cogan_5-4Downbeat NystagmusClinical Signs: good saccades especially on downgaze; nystagmus. Presenting Symptoms: downbeat nystagmus. 2/25/82: 55 year old man who has had 3 MI's and a history of left hemianopia about 10 years ago recent difficulty in walking and speaking for 2-3 days. Then comatose. Patient seen at V.A. hospit...Chiari Malformation
23 NOVEL_Cogan_26-1Dystonia with Eye Movement AbnormalitiesClinical Signs: vertical saccades are defective; tracking is good vertically and laterally. Presenting Symptom: prominent sardonic grin; retraction of eyelids; eyes conjugate with steady fixation. Clinical: V-20/20. Lag of adduction suggesting subclin. INO but no nyst of abduct eye and no vert nyst....Eye Movement Systems Pathology; Eye Movement Recordings
24 NOVEL_Cogan_26-2Dystonia with Eye Movement AbnormalitiesClinical Signs: definite instability of the adducting eye. Clinical: EXAM: V-20/20. Lag of adduction suggesting subclin. INO but no nyst of abduct eye and no vert nyst. Lid retraction on dn gz but closes eyes when asllep (with flickering of lids when done voluntarily) Little or no vert saccades but ...Eye Movement Systems Pathology; Eye Movement Recordings
25 NOVEL_Cogan_26-3Dystonia with Eye Movement AbnormalitiesClinical Signs: eyes are orthophoric; upgaze barely above primary; orbital position nystagmus; tracks down well, up to about 15 degrees; (fast phases ?) with rotation of head. History: male patient; some improvement in posturing. Clinical: EXAM: V-20/20. Lag of adduction suggesting subclin. INO but ...Eye movement systems pathology; Eye movement recordings; Nystagmus, gaze evoked
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