Progressive Scoliosis Associated with Lateral Gaze Palsy

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Two cases with progresive scoliosis and tateral gaze palsy were reported. The preoculomotor centers, which are connected by the fascicutus longitudinalis medialis in the brain stem, are deemed to be the common focus for progressive scoliosis and associated visual dysfunction.

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