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A 67-year-old woman with shaking of the world
Digital Journal of Ophthalmology 2008
Volume 14, Number 12
June 15, 2008
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Stephen Turner | King’s College Hospital, London
Paul Riordan-Eva | King's College Hospital, London
Steve Connor | King's College Hospital, London
Michael Samuel | William Harvey Hospital
History
A 67-year-old woman presented with episodic instability of vision due to “shaking of the world” (oscillopsia) affecting only her right eye. It had been particularly noticeable when reading. On a number of occasions, she detected abnormal movement of her right eye when looking in a mirror. With time, the oscillopsia became less troublesome; specifically, it was smaller in amplitude and higher in frequency. She was otherwise well.
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