Alcohol Gaze Nystagmus
Definition - What does Alcohol Gaze Nystagmus mean?
Alcohol gaze nystagmus (AGN) is a temporary condition that is the result of the ingestion of alcohol or nervous system depressants of any form. The condition causes the eye to involuntarily jerk or bounce due to the fluid imbalance that occurs in the inner ear. The inner ear controls the motor system of the human eye.
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