Research Project code：0150000715
Update date：Dec. 15, 2003
Signs and symptoms in clinical neurology
1999 - 2000
Investigating Researcher (1)：
The vertical visual paralysis caused by mid-brain disease is well known, but the both side vertical visual paralysis is considered to occur by riMLF or damage of rear commissure, and both side vertical visual paralysis caused by single side mid-brain disease is seldom observed. The clinical sympton of 3 cases of single side mid-brain hemorrhage, and MRI image are examined, and estimated that the both side vertical visual paralysis is caused by the damage of connecting nervous fibers between the single side riMLF disease and rear commissure.
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