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Paralysis of voluntary movements of looking around; paralysis of limited looking around in only voluntary movements with convergence paresis, accommodation and Argyll's reverse sign; loss of abdominal and cremasteric skin reflexes; discussion of the organicity of loss of voluntary movements and the possible etiological role of recent beriberi



Paralysis of voluntary movements of looking around; paralysis of limited looking around in only voluntary movements with convergence paresis, accommodation and Argyll's reverse sign; loss of abdominal and cremasteric skin reflexes; discussion of the organicity of loss of voluntary movements and the possible etiological role of recent beriberi



Archives d'Ophtalmologie et Revue Generale d'Ophtalmologie 16(4): 420-421




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