Characteristic eye movements found in Opsoclonus 

Opsoclonus is a form of saccadic intrusion characterized by multidirectional conjugate eye movements with horizontal, vertical, and torsional directions. The saccades are rapid, involuntary, lack an intersaccadic interval, and do not follow a rhythmic pattern. Because of these characteristics, opsoclonus is also often referred to as saccadomania.

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