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Duane retraction anomaly, congenital fibrosis of extraocular muscles, horizontal gaze palsy, congenital ptosis, and congenital facial palsy are the other disorders included in CCDD.
Then and Patel (8) presented a unique case of a 65-year-old woman diagnosed with stage 4A Kappa restricted B Cell MCL who presented with acute-onset double vision, skew deviation of the eyes, left eye ptosis, right horizontal gaze palsy, right facial droop, dysarthria, and dysphagia 2 months after the lymphoma diagnosis.
Patients suffering from stroke with or without HH may have vertical and/or horizontal gaze palsy, diplopia, or even nystagmus.
1-3) It primarily consists of generalized bradykinesia, frontotemporal dementia and a vertical gaze palsy.
The disorders belonging to CCDDs include Duane syndrome, Mobius syndrome, horizontal gaze palsy, congenital ptosis and congenital facial palsy.
Postural instability and frequent falls, dysarthria, bradykinesia, and supranuclear gaze palsy, are the main clinical manifestations of progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP), but those that are associated with striopallidodentate calcification, have been rarely reported.
PSP is characterized by some motor disturbances including early postural instability, backward falls, Parkinsonism, and vertical supranuclear gaze palsy [3], which may result in significant disability and have an impact on health-related quality of life (HRQoL) in patients with PSP [4].
5) Piyush Gautam et al reported Isolated Pontine Tuberculoma Presenting as Horizontal Gaze Palsy.
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.
The "one and a half " syndrome, first reported and named by Miller Fisher in 1967 (1), consists of horizontal gaze palsy to one side along with ipsilateral inter-nuclear ophthalmoplegia (INO) resulting in loss of all horizontal movements in the ipsilateral eye, except abduction of the contralateral eye.
On examination, he had a new onset left hemiplegia, left gaze palsy and decreased level of consciousness.