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Ann Clin Neurophysiol > Volume 8(1); 2006 > Article
Ann Clin Neurophysiol. 2006; 8(1): 81-73.
Two Cases of Miller Fisher Syndrome Presenting with Internal Ophthalmoplegia
Joon-Sung Ahn, Min-Ah Kim, and Sang-Jin Kim
Copyright © 2006 The Korean Society of Clinical Neurophysiology
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Many neurologic signs are found in Miller Fisher syndrome (MFS) especially including pupillary abnormalities. But when internal ophthalmoparesis is first manifestation in MFS, diagnosis may be difficult in acute phase of illness. We report two cases of MFS presenting with internal ophthalmoplegia. Pupillary areflexia may be involved in acute phase of MFS. When acute bilateral internal ophthalmoparesis is encounted in clinical practice, initial manifestation of MFS should be included in differential diagnosis.
Key words: Miller Fisher syndrome, Internal ophthalmoplegia
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