Two patients presented with a supranuclear ophthalmoplegia and clinical features otherwise indistinguishable from classical Parkinson's disease. Both had intercurrent infection, and recovery from the ophthalmoplegia paralleled that from the infection, but the Parkinsonian features improved more gradually on increasing doses of levodopa.
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