Nystagmus can be classified according to the frequency, amplitude, and direction of movement. Depending on how often the eyes oscillate, the frequency can be described as low, moderate, or high. Similarly, the amplitude depicts how far the eyes move—whether it is coarse or fine. Lastly, the direction of movement can be vertical, horizontal, or nonspecific.
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