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Congenital nystagmus cosegregating with a balanced 7;15 translocation.
  1. M A Patton,
  2. S Jeffery,
  3. N Lee,
  4. C Hogg
  1. South West Thames Regional Genetic Service, St George's Hospital Medical School, London, UK.

    Abstract

    We report a family in which autosomal dominant congenital nystagmus cosegregates with a balanced 7;15 translocation. Ophthalmic investigation showed predominantly horizontal nystagmus with a small rotatory component and no significant loss of visual function. This finding suggests a possible localisation for autosomal dominant congenital nystagmus (McKusick 164100).

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