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During myelographic examination the travel of a contrast medium through the vertebral canal can be observed when it is applied by the lumbar puncture. When the vertebral canal is totally obstructed the contrast medium stops at the verge of the closing forming sometimes (in case of tumours) concave meniscus. In case of incomplete block of the canal the… (More)
We present the patient with pendular nystagmus. The condition is secondary to long-term work as an underground coal miner. The issue is worth describing because of its rare presence in contemporary either neurological or ophthalmological literature.
The paper describes a patient case with early diagnosed myasthenia introduced, who after thymectomy and postsurgical pharmacology achieved a total remission of the disease within six years.