• Illustration by Mark Miller.
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    Surgical treatment of infantile nystagmus syndrome. A, The nystagmus null point is in right gaze (patient maintains left face turn). B, The Anderson-Kestenbaum procedure shifts the null point centrally and reduces the head turn. The right lateral rectus and left medial rectus muscles are recessed. The right medial rectus and left lateral rectus muscles are resected.