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  1. Nigel M. Hyman,
  2. Prida Phuapradit
  1. Department of Neurology, Churchill Hospital, Oxford

    Reading difficulty as a presenting symptom in Wilson's disease

    Abstract

    A case of Wilson's disease is reported in which the major symptom before treatment was a reading disability. This was caused by ocular dysmetria, and the abnormal eye movements were recorded by electronystagmography and optokinetic drum testing.

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