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A Case of Posterior Fossa Syndrome with Cerebellar Mutism, Horizontal Gaze Palsy, Upgaze Palsy, and Skew Deviation

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Title: A Case of Posterior Fossa Syndrome with Cerebellar Mutism, Horizontal Gaze Palsy, Upgaze Palsy, and Skew Deviation
Author:  Nikko Ronquillo, MD, PhD
Date:  10/26/2016
Keywords/Main Subjects: Cerebellar mutism; Cranial nerve 6 palsy; Upgaze palsy; Disconjugate gaze; Medulloblastoma; Hydrocephalus; Cerebellar tumor
Diagnosis: None
Brief Description: Case presentation of 22 year old female with VP shunt, spina bifida who presented with dysconjugate gaze, bilater upgaze palsy, and bilateral cranial nerve 6 palsy, acute hydrocephalus.
Format: video
Series: Moran Eye Center Grand Rounds
Identifier: Moran_CORE_22085
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