Skew deviation: a precursor to basilar artery thrombosis.


The aim of this study was to describe skew deviation and vertical nystagmus as the initial signs for basilar artery thrombosis, a life-threatening disease. A 51-year-old woman complained of vertical diplopia for more than 20 h. A computed tomography of the brain was normal, but subsequently the patient developed additional symptoms including nausea… (More)


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