Claude's Syndrome without Ptosis Caused by a Midbrain Infarction.

@article{Tsuda2015ClaudesSW,
  title={Claude's Syndrome without Ptosis Caused by a Midbrain Infarction.},
  author={Hiromasa Tsuda and Tomoko Fujita and Kaori Maruyama and Masaki Ishihara},
  journal={Internal medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={54 14},
  pages={1799-801}
}
An 80-year-old man with angina pectoris abruptly developed Claude's syndrome, which consisted of left-sided partial oculomotor nerve palsy without ptosis and right-sided hemiataxia. There were no other neurological abnormalities. Cranial magnetic resonance imaging indicated an infarction of the left inferior paramedian mesencephalic artery, which may have… CONTINUE READING