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Swelling and edema of the visual nerves may occurThese rapid movements are called opsoclonus. Dr. Orhan Elibol said: “Another naming is 'manic looks' (sakkadomania). Opsoclonus may be seen in episodes or intermittently. Eyelids may be open or closed, these movements may stop asleep. In any eye stimulation, the chaotic image may increase. Patients feel that they are swaying, but there is no complaint of double vision. Another rare complication of route virus is swelling, edema, strabismus and balance disorders of the visual nerves. When dancing eyes syndrome is seen due to other causes, cortisone and chemotherapy drugs are required for treatment, while course virus disease may improve spontaneously. ”