Nothnagel syndrome

Noth·na·gel syn·drome

(not'nah-gĕl),
dizziness, staggering, and rolling gait, with irregular forms of oculomotor paralysis and often nystagmus, seen in cases of tumor of the midbrain.
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Noth·na·gel syn·drome

(not'nā-gel sin'drōm)
Dizziness, staggering, and rolling gait, with irregular forms of oculomotor paralysis and often nystagmus, seen in cases of tumor of the midbrain.
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Nothnagel syndrome

(nōth′nāg″ĕl)
[Carl Wilhelm Nothnagel, Ger. internist, 1841–1905]
Paralysis of the oculomotor nerve combined with cerebellar ataxia resulting from a mass or stroke that affects the superior cerebellar peduncle on the same side as the oculomotor paralysis.
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Nothnagel,

C.W. Hermann, Austrian physician, 1841-1905.
Nothnagel acroparesthesia - abnormal sensation in the extremities accompanied by circulatory disorders Synonym(s): vasomotor acroparesthesia
Nothnagel syndrome - dizziness, staggering, and rolling gait, with irregular forms of oculomotor paralysis and often nystagmus, seen in cases of tumor of the midbrain.
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The clinical symptoms suggested Nothnagel syndrome; however, we were not able to explain some points.