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The one and a half syndrome clinical correlation with a pontine lesion demonstrated by nmr imaging in a case of multiple sclerosis

British Journal of Ophthalmology 72(7): 515-517

The one and a half syndrome clinical correlation with a pontine lesion demonstrated by nmr imaging in a case of multiple sclerosis

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) imaging has been used to visualize a localized area of demyelination in the dorsal pons of a patient who presented with an unusual disorder of eye movements, namely, the one-and-a-half syndrome. Judged clinically the patient made a nearly complete recovery, but little change was apparent in the NMR image six months later.

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