A case of paroxysmal tonic upward gaze associated with psychomotor retardation.


The authors report a female with paroxysmal tonic upward gaze similar to the cases reported by Ouvrier and Billson (1988). She developed abnormal eye-movements at the age of six months. Several anticonvulsants and levodopa were not effective in the control of the episodes; however, her upward eye-deviations spontaneously decreased during the one-year… (More)


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