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A syndrome is described comprising: 1, impossibility to close only one eye (right or left) at a time, or each eye alternatively with intact capability of closing both eyes; 2, unvoluntary screwing up of an eye during voluntary closing of another (palpebro-palpebral synkinesia); 3, head turning to the side of an eye closed (palpebrocervical synkinesia); 4,… (More)
Five types of pathological synkinesis (++blepharo-ocular, ++blepharo-facial, ++bucco-manual, ++digito-digital on the hands, ++pedo-digital) are described. They are of definite importance for revealing pyramidal pathology including its early stages as well as for objective evaluation and observation of the time-course of changes in the illness.