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Figure 7: Patient with albinism and unidirectional direction jerk Infantile Nystagmus syndrome (INS) waveforms with change in direction with changing eye fixation (INS with "latent component"). Note the accelerating slow phases; R-right; L-left. Figures, by convention, eye motion to the right up and to the left down, OD = right eye, OS = left eye, Sec = seconds

Figure 7: Patient with albinism and unidirectional direction jerk Infantile Nystagmus syndrome (INS) waveforms with change in direction with changing eye fixation (INS with