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

Copyright © 1998 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

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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