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Vertical supranuclear gaze palsy with secondary syphilis
  1. NGR Page,
  2. JS Lean,
  3. MD Sanders
  1. Medical Ophthalmology Department, St Thomas' Hospital, London


    A 48-year-old man presented with a vertical gaze palsy associated with secondary syphilis. It is suggested that the eye movement disorder is due to syphilitic endarteritis in the mesodiencephalic region.

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