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Journal of Neurosurgical Sciences 1998 September;42(3):177-80

language: English

Transient oculomotor ­cranial nerves pal­sy in spon­ta­ne­ous intra­cra­ni­al hypo­ten­sion

Ferrante E., Savino A., Brioschi A., Marazzi R., Donato M. F., Riva M.

Department of Neurology, Niguarda Ca’ Granda Hospital, Milan, Italy


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Transient ­sixth cra­ni­al ­nerves pal­sy ­may ­occur in ­rare cas­es ­after lum­bar punc­ture, spi­nal anes­the­sia ­and mye­log­ra­phy as ­well as in ­more ­rare cas­es of spon­ta­ne­ous intra­cra­ni­al hypo­ten­sion. We ­report ­three cas­es of spon­ta­ne­ous intra­cra­ni­al hypo­ten­sion ­with ­sixth cra­ni­al ­nerves pal­sy. One of ­these ­patients pre­sent­ed ­also ­third cra­ni­al ­nerve pal­sy, nev­er report­ed in spon­ta­ne­ous intra­cra­ni­al hypo­ten­sion.

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