[Parinaud's syndrome in non-tumorous hydrocephalic intracranial hypertension].


Four cases (3 children and one adolescent) are presented in which Parinaud's syndrome developed in the course of progressive non-tumorous hydrocephalus. The vertical gaze palsy completely disappeared in all cases some days after raised intracranial pressure had been successfully treated. Neuroradiological findings indicate that Parinaud's syndrome can be… (More)


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