Progressive external ophthalmoplegia and benign retinal pigmentation.

Abstract

A 17-year-old boy had progressive external ophthalmoplegia, normal visual acuity, and a pigmentary retinopathy. Neurologic evaluation showed an abnormal electroencephalogram with diffuse slow (theta) waves. Myasthenia gravis was excluded. Fluorescein angiography showed a normal vascular pattern with diffuse hyper- and hypopigmentation. Results of retinal… (More)

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