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Complete sex reversal in a WAGR syndrome patient
Clinical, cytogenetic, and molecular characterization of a child with WAGR syndrome and complete sex reversal is reported, suggesting that these conditions may be considered as part of the spectrum of disease due to WT1 gene alterations. Expand
[Postoperative secondary divergent strabismus. Statistical analysis of 160 consecutive exotropias].
The computerized analysis of 160 consecutive exotropias reveals the compound nature of their motor impairments and the resulting surgical planning made according to the various abnormal parameters had allowed the achievement of a good motor result in 89% of the cases. Expand
[Epidemiological and clinical aspects of Stilling-Turk-Duane syndrome].
Data provided by this study allowed us to analyse the clinical and epidemiological features of the Stilling-Turk-Duane's syndrome and describe and classify clinical forms not described by Malbran's classification. Expand
[Congenital oculomotor apraxia with corpus callosum agenesis and subtentorial atrophy].
A 7 year-old child with congenital oculomotor apraxia (Cogan's syndrome) presented with mainly voluntary horizontal saccadic movements, which showed agenesis of the corpus callosum and atrophy of the vermis together with enlargement of the 4th ventricle and pre-pontine cisternae. Expand
[Cranial osteosarcoma in Paget's disease].
The need to conduct full neuroradiological investigations, including a CT scan and even selective arteriography as well as standard radiographs, whenever the possible existence of such a lesion is suspected, to determine therapeutic strategy is suspected. Expand
Kinetic electro-oculography: aims - disadvantages and limitations.
Kinetic electro-oculography is at the moment the only available technique which fulfills most clinical requirements, however, it is a delicate method, subject to numerous hazards; the sources of errors are manifold. Expand
The Muscle Elongation Test in Functional Esotropias
Study of the muscle elongation test in 211 patients with convergent squints who have never been operated on previously reveals that about 35% of cases display abnormal muscle stretching; 48 casesExpand
[Congenital paralysis of the IVth nerve and craniofacial asymmetry].
[Current epidemiology of strabismic amblyopia in France].
It seems that such a state is not a special feature of amblyopia epidemiology in the western part of France, but it is observed in the same way in many countries having high level medical care. Expand