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Cyclic oculomotor palsy: description of a case and hypothesis of the mechanism.
  1. D E Bateman,
  2. M Saunders
  1. Department of Neurology, Middlesbrough General Hospital, UK.


    An unusual case of cyclic oculomotor palsy is described where the probable cause was a supraclinoid aneurysm. A mechanism is suggested by which the features of cyclic oculomotor palsy can be explained solely by a peripheral lesion.

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