Galloping ophthalmoplegia and numb chin in Burkitt lymphoma.


A 57-year-old man developed complete bilateral ophthalmoplegia over a period of 10 days, together with bilateral facial pain and numbness of the chin. He had no other clinical manifestations. Findings on brain magnetic resonance imaging and spinal fluid formula from the first lumbar puncture were normal, but cerebrospinal fluid flow cytometry disclosed a… (More)


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@article{Lau2004GallopingOA, title={Galloping ophthalmoplegia and numb chin in Burkitt lymphoma.}, author={Juan J Chan Lau and Craig Y. Okada and Jonathan D. Trobe}, journal={Journal of neuro-ophthalmology : the official journal of the North American Neuro-Ophthalmology Society}, year={2004}, volume={24 2}, pages={130-4} }