Eight Syndrome: Horizontal Gaze Palsy Plus Ipsilateral Seventh Nerve Palsy


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Abstract

A 62-year-old woman developed a right horizontal gaze palsy and ipsilateral facial nerve palsy due to a right pontine tegmentum infarct. This constitutes a forme fruste of the eight-and-a-half syndrome that we have termed the eight syndrome.

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