External ophthalmoplegia, juvenile parkinsonism and axonal polyneuropathy in two siblings.

Abstract

In one of two siblings a clinical disorder was described, consisting of a slowly progressive juvenile parkinsonism with extensor plantar responses, external ophthalmoplegia with severe ptosis and a motor and sensory polyneuropathy. The younger sibling had only juvenile parkinsonism, Unilateral ptosis and a motor and sensory polyneuropathy. Their father was… (More)

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@article{Wiel1981ExternalOJ, title={External ophthalmoplegia, juvenile parkinsonism and axonal polyneuropathy in two siblings.}, author={H L van der Wiel and Arie Staal}, journal={Clinical neurology and neurosurgery}, year={1981}, volume={83 4}, pages={247-52} }