Vestibular, saccadic and fixation abnormalities in genetically confirmed Friedreich ataxia

Michael Collingwood Fahey, Phillip D Cremer, Swee T Aw, Lynette Millist, Michael Todd, Owen White, Michael Halmagyi, Louise Corben, Veronica Collins, Andrew Churchyard, Kim Tan, Lionel Kowal, Martin Delatycki

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Abstract

Friedreich ataxia (FRDA), the commonest of the inherited ataxias, is a multisystem neurodegenerative condition that affects ocular motor function. We assessed eye movement abnormalities in 20 invidividuals with genetically confirmed FRDA and compared these results to clinical measures.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1035 - 1045
Number of pages11
JournalBrain
Volume131
Publication statusPublished - 2008
Externally publishedYes

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Fahey, Michael Collingwood ; Cremer, Phillip D ; Aw, Swee T ; Millist, Lynette ; Todd, Michael ; White, Owen ; Halmagyi, Michael ; Corben, Louise ; Collins, Veronica ; Churchyard, Andrew ; Tan, Kim ; Kowal, Lionel ; Delatycki, Martin. / Vestibular, saccadic and fixation abnormalities in genetically confirmed Friedreich ataxia. In: Brain. 2008 ; Vol. 131. pp. 1035 - 1045.
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Fahey, MC, Cremer, PD, Aw, ST, Millist, L, Todd, M, White, O, Halmagyi, M, Corben, L, Collins, V, Churchyard, A, Tan, K, Kowal, L & Delatycki, M 2008, 'Vestibular, saccadic and fixation abnormalities in genetically confirmed Friedreich ataxia', Brain, vol. 131, pp. 1035 - 1045.

Vestibular, saccadic and fixation abnormalities in genetically confirmed Friedreich ataxia. / Fahey, Michael Collingwood; Cremer, Phillip D; Aw, Swee T; Millist, Lynette; Todd, Michael; White, Owen; Halmagyi, Michael; Corben, Louise; Collins, Veronica; Churchyard, Andrew; Tan, Kim; Kowal, Lionel; Delatycki, Martin.

In: Brain, Vol. 131, 2008, p. 1035 - 1045.

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