We describe the clinical course, with special attention to the disturbance of eye movements, of a 29-year-old man with chronic ataxic neuropathy with ophthalmoplegia, IgM paraprotein, cold agglutinins and anti-GD1b disialosyl antibodies (CANOMAD). Using the magnetic search coil technique, we documented convergence during upward saccades and other features suggestive of dorsal midbrain syndrome. Thus, in common with Miller Fisher syndrome, CANOMAD may present with clinical findings implicating involvement of the central nervous system, which contains ganglioside antigens to anti-GD1b antibodies.
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Supported by NIH grant EY06717, the Office of Research and Development, Medical Research Service, Department of Veterans Affairs and the Evenor Armington Fund.
Competing interests: None.
- chronic ataxic neuropathy with ophthalmoplegia, IgM paraprotein, cold agglutinins and anti-GD1b disialosyl antibodies
- Miller Fisher syndrome