自発性上眼瞼向き眼振を認めた多発性硬化症の1例 [in Japanese] A Case of Multiple Sclerosis with Primary Position Upbeat Nystagmus [in Japanese]
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Primary position upbeat nystagmus (PPUN) is an important indication of central nervous system disorder. We herein report a case of PPUN accompanied with multiple sclerosis.<BR>The case was a 32-year-old female. Nausea, vomiting, and numbness of the upper limbs developed on January 14, 2004. Upbeat nystagmus was observed in the primary and supine positions. She was hospitalized on January 27, because abnormal signals in the medulla oblongata and tegmentum mesencephali were noted on brain MRI imaging. After steroid pulse treatment was started, her neurological symptoms and PPUN disappeared. She was discharged from hospital on February 13.
- Equilibrium Res
Equilibrium Res 65(2), 104-109, 2006-04-01
Japan Society for Equilibrium Research