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Bruns Nystagmus and Contrast-Enhanced Computed Tomography of the Brain

Bruns nystagmus and contrast-enhanced computed tomography of the brain. Gaze to the right reveals large-amplitude, low-frequency coarse nystagmus. Gaze to the left reveals small-amplitude, high-frequency fine nystagmus. Lower motor neuron facial palsy is present on the right side. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography of the brain shows a cerebellopontine angle tumor on the right side.

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