gaze palsy

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Wernicke's encephalopathy is characterized by nystagmus, abducens and conjugate gaze palsy, gait ataxia and mental confusion.
Shannon (14) and Ayden (10) who live in Tayside are brother and sister and both have Horizontal Gaze Palsy with progressive scoliosis, a condition affects vision and also causes an abnormal curvature of the spine.
71) A similar phenomenon occurs in adults with progressive supranuclear gaze palsy.
On examination, he had a new onset left hemiplegia, left gaze palsy and decreased level of consciousness.
An abnormality of extraocular eye movements, also known as supranuclear gaze palsy, is the classic symptom, but it may not be seen initially Rigidity of the neck muscles and the extremities is often present.
A patient develops horizontal gaze palsy and vertical nystagmus eight weeks after gastric stapling, when the procedure was new.
Patients reliably had a normal CT scan if they did not have an abnormal level of consciousness; were able to answer two consecutive questions correctly or follow two consecutive commands; and didn't have facial palsy, gaze palsy, arm or leg drift, abnormal language, or abnormal visual fields (N.
Our patient had coma, left 3rd cranial nerve palsy and abnormal oculocephalic response with vertical gaze palsy (3,4).
In a recent study of oculomotor function in thirty patients with MSA, (8) excessive square-wave jerks were observed in 21 of the patients, a mild supranuclear gaze palsy in eight patients, a gaze-evoked nystagmus in 12 patients, a positioning down-beat nystagmus in 10 out of 25 patients, mild-moderate saccadic hypometria in 22 patients, impaired smooth pursuit movements in 28 patients, and reduced vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) suppression in 16 out of 24 patients.
Neurologic signs associated with an abnormal CT scan included an abnormal level of consciousness, an inability to answer two consecutive questions or to follow two consecutive commands, facial or gaze palsy, arm or leg drift, and abnormal language (N.
However, in PSP, supranuclear down gaze palsy is much more prominent.