[A clinical and epidemiological description of a series of patients diagnosed as suffering from progressive supranuclear palsy].


INTRODUCTION Progressive supranuclear palsy is a disease that normally presents only sporadically in adults and courses in a progressive, chronic manner. It is characterised by the presence of supranuclear ophthalmoplegia, postural instability, a Parkinsonian syndrome, pseudobulbar affect, cervical dystonia and cognitive impairment. PATIENTS AND METHODS… (More)


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