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Neuro-ophthalmology

Neuro-ophthalmology References 1. Thompson HS: Neuro-ophthalmology . Arch Ophthalmol 89:342-352, 1973.Crossref 2. Hoyt WF, Schilcke B, Eckelhoff RJ: Funduscopic appearance of a nerve-fiber-bundle defect . Br J Ophthalmol 56:577-583, 1972.Crossref 3. Hoyt WF, et al: Homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia: Funduscopic features in standard and red-free illumination in three patients with congenital hemiplegia . Br J Ophthalmol 56:537-545, 1972.Crossref 4. Hoyt WF, Knight CL: Comparison of congenital disc blurring and incipient papilledema in red-free light: A photographic study . Invest Ophthalmol 12:241-247, 1973. 5. Stern WE: Meningiomas in the cranio-orbital junction . J Neurosurg 38:428-437, 1973.Crossref 6. Dawson BH, Kothandaram P: Acute massive infarction of pituitary adenomas: A study of five patients . J Neurosurg 37:275-279, 1972.Crossref 7. Rovit RL, Fein JM: Pituitary apoplexy: A review and reappraisal . J Neurosurg 37:280-288, 1972.Crossref 8. Sanders MD: The Foster Kennedy sign . Proc R Soc Med 65:520-521, 1972. 9. Miller SJH: Ocular signs of chordomas . Proc R Soc Med 65:522-523, 1972. 10. Golden GS, et al: Malignant glioma of the brainstem: A clinopathological analysis of 13 cases . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:732-738, 1972.Crossref 11. Hoyt WF, et al: Malignant optic glioma of adulthood . Brain 96:121-132, 1973.Crossref 12. Fukushima T, et al: Ventriculofiberscope: A new technique for endoscopic diagnosis and operation: Technical note . J Neurosurg 38:251-256, 1973.Crossref 13. Henderson WR, Raskin NH: "Hot-Dog" Headache: Individual susceptibility to nitrite . Lancet 2:1162-1163, 1972.Crossref 14. Dalessio DJ: Dietary migraine . Am Fam Physician 6:60-65, 1972. 15. Matthews WB: Footballer's migraine . Br Med J 2:326-327, 1972.Crossref 16. Osuntokun BO, Osuntokun O: Complicated migraine and haemoglobin AS in Nigerians . Br Med J 2:621-622, 1972.Crossref 17. Osuntokun 0, Osuntokun BO: Ophthalmoplegic migraine and hemoglobinopathy in Nigerians . Am J Ophthalmol 74:451-455, 1972. 18. Mehegan CC, Dreifuss FE: Hyperlexia: Exceptional reading ability in brain-damaged children . Neurology 22:1105-1111, 1972.Crossref 19. Saunders WA, Barker MG: Dyslexia as cause of psychiatric disorder in adults . Br Med J 4:759-761, 1972.Crossref 20. Bender MB, Feldman M: The so-called "visual agnosias." Brain 95:173-186, 1972.Crossref 21. Benson DF, Greenberg JP: Visual form agnosia: A specific defect in visual discrimination . Arch Neurol 20:82-89, 1969.Crossref 22. Rubens AB, Benson DF: Associative visual agnosia . Arch Neurol 24:305-316, 1971.Crossref 23. Heilman KM, Valenstein E: Frontal lobe neglect in man . Neurology 22:660-664, 1972.Crossref 24. Oral contraception and increased risk of cerebral ischemia or thrombosis: Collaborative group for the study of stroke in young women . N Engl J Med 288:871-878, 1973.Crossref 25. Wilkinson IMS, Russell RWR: Arteries of the head and neck in giant cell arteritis: A pathological study to show the pattern of arterial involvement . Arch Neurol 27:378-391, 1972.Crossref 26. Fauchald P, Rygvold 0, Oystese B: Temporal arteritis and polymyalgia rheumatica: Clinical and biopsy findings . Ann Intern Med 77:845-852, 1972.Crossref 27. Cohen DN: Temporal arteritis: Improvement in visual prognosis and management with repeated biopsies . Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol 77:74-84, 1973. 28. Kulvin SM: Erythrocyte sedimentation rates in the elderly . Arch Ophthalmol 88:617-618, 1972.Crossref 29. Hoyt WF: Retinal ischemic symptoms in cardiovascular diagnosis . Postgrad Med 52:85-90, 1972. 30. Kollarits CR, Lubow M, Hissong SL: Retinal strokes: I. Incidence of carotid atheromata . JAMA 222:1273-1275, 1972.Crossref 31. Bradshaw P, Gumpert J: Small strokes in the carotid territory associated with a normal carotid arteriogram . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:810-817, 1972.Crossref 32. Kerber CW, Margolis MT, Newton TH: Tortuous vertebrobasilar system: A cause of cranial nerve signs . Neuroradiology 4:74-77, 1972.Crossref 33. Rios-Montenegro EN, Anderson DR, David NJ: Intracranial pressure and ocular hemodynamics . Arch Ophthalmol 89:52-58, 1973.Crossref 34. Bird AC, Sanders MD: Choroidal folds in association with papilloedema . Br J Ophthalmol 57:89-97, 1973.Crossref 35. Lundberg N: Monitoring of intracranial pressure . Proc R Soc Med 65:19-22, 1972. 36. Miller JD, Garibi J, Pickard JD: Induced changes of cerebrospinal fluid volume: Effects during continuous monitoring of ventricular fluid pressure . Arch Neurol 28:265-269, 1973.Crossref 37. Nakae K, et al: Relation between subacute myelo-optic neuropathy (S.M.O.N) and clioquinol: Nationwide survey . Lancet 1:171-173, 1973.Crossref 38. Sobue I, et al: Myeloneuropathy with abdominal disorders in Japan: Neuropathologic findings in seven autopsied cases . Neurology 22:1034-1039, 1972.Crossref 39. Tateishi J, et al: Myeloneuropathy in dogs induced by iodoxyquinoline . Neurology 22:702-709, 1972.Crossref 40. Ellenberger C Jr, Keltner JL, Burde RM: Acute optic neuropathy in older patients . Arch Neurol 28:182-185, 1973.Crossref 41. Kirkham TH, Ffytche TJ, Sanders MD: Placoid pigment epitheliopathy with retinal vasculitis and papillitis . Br J Ophthalmol 56:875-880, 1972.Crossref 42. Gupta DR, Strobos RJ: Bilateral papillitis associated with Cafergot therapy . Neurology 22:793-797, 1972.Crossref 43. Michaels DD, Zugsmith GS: Optic neuropathy following cataract extraction . Ann Ophthalmol 5:303-306, 1973. 44. Hayreh SS, Baines JAB: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: I. Effects on choroidal circulation . Br J Ophthalmol 56:719-736, 1972.Crossref 45. Hayreh SS, Baines JAB: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: II. Chorio-retinal lesions . Br J Ophthalmol 56:736-753, 1972.Crossref 46. Hayreh SS, Baines JAB: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: III. Effects on the optic nerve head . Br J Ophthalmol 56:754-764, 1972.Crossref 47. McLeod D, Hayreh SS: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: IV. Electro-retinographic studies . Br J Ophthalmol 56:765-769, 1972.Crossref 48. Frisen L, Hoyt WF, Tengroth BM: Optociliary veins, disc pallor and visual loss: A triad of signs indicating spheno-orbital meningioma . Acta Ophthalmol 51:241-249, 1973.Crossref 49. Pettigrew AR, Fell GS, Chisholm IA: Red cell glutathione in tobacco amblyopia . Exp Eye Res 14:87-90, 1972.Crossref 50. Wray SH: The treatment of optic neuritis . Sightsaving Rev 42:5-13, 1972. 51. Rasminsky M: The effects of temperature on conduction in demyelinated single nerve fibers . Arch Neurol 28:287-292, 1973.Crossref 52. Chattha AS, Lombroso CT: Electroencephalographic changes in childhood optic neuritis . Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 33:81-88, 1972.Crossref 53. Halliday AM, McDonald WI, Mushin J: Delayed visual evoked response in optic neuritis . Lancet 1:982-985, 1972.Crossref 54. Nameraw NS, Enns N: Visual evoked responses in patients with multiple sclerosis . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:829-833, 1972.Crossref 55. Stevens PR, Macfadyen WAL: Familial incidence of juvenile diabetes mellitus, progressive optic atrophy and neurogenic deafness . Br J Ophthalmol 56:496-500, 1972.Crossref 56. Niemeyer G, Marquardt JL: Retinal function in an unique syndrome of optic atrophy, juvenile diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, neurosensory hearing loss, autonomic dysfunction and hyperalanineuria . Invest Ophthalmol 11:617-624, 1972. 57. Gardner HB, Irvine AR: Optic nerve hypoplasia with good visual acuity . Arch Ophthalmol 88:255-258, 1972.Crossref 58. Seeley RL, Smith JL: Visual field defects in optic nerve hypoplasia . Am J Ophthalmol 73:882-889, 1972 59. Troost BT, Weber RB, Daroff RB: Hemispheric control of eye movements: I. Quantitative analysis of refixation saccades in a hemispherectomy patient . Arch Neurol 27:441-448, 1972.Crossref 60. Troost BT, et al: Hemispheric control of eye movements: II. Quantitative analysis of smooth pursuit in a hemispherectomy patient . Arch Neurol 27:449-452, 1972.Crossref 61. Jacobs L, Anderson PJ, Bender MB: The lesions producing paralysis of downward but not upward gaze . Arch Neurol 28:319-323, 1973.Crossref 62. Nashold BS Jr, Seaber JH: Defects of ocular motility after stereotactic midbrain lesions in man . Arch Ophthalmol 88:245-248, 1972.Crossref 63. Pfaffenbach DD, Layton DD, Kearns TP: Ocular manifestations in progressive supranuclear palsy . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1179-1184, 1972. 64. Dell'Osso LF: Fixation characteristics in hereditary congenital nystagmus . Am J Optom 50:85-90, 1973.Crossref 65. Coren S, Komada MK: Eye movement control in voluntary nystagmus . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1161-1165, 1972. 66. Abramson DH: Latent nystagmus in identical twins . Arch Ophthalmol 89:256-257, 1973.Crossref 67. Evans FJ, Reich LH, Orne MT: Opticokinetic nystagmus, eye movements and hypnotically induced hallucinations . J Nerv Ment Dis 154:419-431, 1972.Crossref 68. Davis WJ, Ayers JL: Locomotion: Controlled by positive-feedback opticokinetic responses . Science 177:183-185, 1972.Crossref 69. Ellenberger C Jr, Keltner JL, Stroud MH: Ocular dyskinesia in cerebellar disease: Evidence for the similarity of opsoclonus, ocular dysmetria and flutter-like oscillations . Brain 95:685-692, 1972.Crossref 70. Boddie HG: Ocular bobbing and opsoclonus: Two abnormal spontaneous eye movements occurring in the same patient: Case report . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:739-742, 1972.Crossref 71. Shetty T, Rosman NP: Opsoclonus in hydrocephalus . Arch Ophthalmol 88:585-589, 1972.Crossref 72. Spudis EV, Morris D: Ocular flutter . South Med J 65:819-822, 1972.Crossref 73. Gilbert JJ, Deonna T: Unusual brainstem findings following closed head injury . J Pediatr 81:343-345, 1972.Crossref 74. Rubin ML: The woman who saw too much . Sur Ophthalmol 16:382-383, 1972. 75. Eyster EF, Hoyt WF, Wilson CB: Oculomotor palsy from minor head trauma: An initial sign of basal intracranial tumor . JAMA 220:1083-1086, 1972.Crossref 76. Cunningham RD: Divergence paralysis . Am J Ophthalmol 74:630-633, 1972. 77. Kirkham TH, Bird AC, Sanders MD: Divergence paralysis with raised intracranial pressure: An electro-oculographic study . Br J Ophthalmol 56:776-782, 1972.Crossref 78. Metz HS, Scott AB, O'Meara DM: Saccadic eye movements in myasthenia gravis . Arch Ophthalmol 88:9-11, 1972.Crossref 79. Grunnet ML, Lubow M: Ascending polyneuritis and ophthalmoplegia . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1155-1160, 1972. 80. Jampel RS, Haidt SJ: Bell's phenomenon and acute idiopathic polyneuritis . Am J Ophthalmol 74:145-153, 1972. 81. Poulsen J, Zilstorff K: Prognostic value of the caloric-vestibular test in the unconscious patient with cranial trauma . Acta Neurol Scand 48:282-292, 1972.Crossref 82. Maccario M, Backman JR, Korein J: Paradoxical caloric response in altered states of consciousness . Neurology 22:781-788, 1972.Crossref 83. Koerner F, Schlote W: Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia: Association with retinal pigmentary changes and evidence in favor of ocular myopathy . Arch Ophthalmol 88:155-166, 1972.Crossref 84. Perez RB: The eye-popping reflex of infants . J Pediatr 81:87-89, 1972.Crossref 85. Lessell S: Supranuclear paralysis of voluntary lid closure . Arch Ophthalmol 88:241-244, 1972.Crossref 86. Lewis JA: Eye closure as a motor trigger for seizures . Neurology 22:1145-1150, 1972.Crossref 87. Spillane JD: The geography of neurology . Br Med J 2:506-512, 1972.Crossref 88. Rinne UK, Arstila AU, Riekkinen PJ: Electron microscopic study on nuclear changes in multiple sclerosis brain biopsies . Acta Neurol Scand 48:529-537, 1972.Crossref 89. Prineas J: Paramyxovirus-like particles associated with acute demyelination in chronic relapsing multiple sclerosis . Science 178:760-763, 1972.Crossref 90. Kempe CH, et al: Elevated cerebrospinal fluid vaccinia antibodies in multiple sclerosis . Arch Neurol 28:278-279, 1973.Crossref 91. Schaumburg HH, et al: Schilder's disease sex-linked recessive transmission with specific adrenal changes . Arch Neurol 27:458-460, 1972.Crossref 92. Rucker CW: Sheathing of the retinal veins in multiple sclerosis: A review of pertinent literature . Mayo Clin Proc 47:335-340, 1972. 93. Thrush DC, Morris CJ, Salmon MV: Paramyotonia congenita: A clinical, histochemical and pathological study . Brain 95:537-552, 1972.Crossref 94. Pierce PE, et al: Alkyl mercury poisoning in humans: Report of an outbreak . JAMA 220:1439-1442, 1972.Crossref 95. Epstein R, Hochwald GM, Ransohoff J: Neonatal hydrocephalus treated by compressive head wrapping . Lancet 1:634-636, 1973.Crossref 96. Howard RO: Ocular abnormalities in the cri du chat syndrome . Am J Ophthalmol 73:949-954, 1972. 97. Kirkpatrick BV, David RB: Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis: A case report presenting with papilledema . J Pediatr Ophthalmol 10:74-76, 1973. 98. Howard RO, Albert DM: Ocular manifestations of subacute necrotizing encephalomyelopathy (Leigh's disease) . Am J Ophthalmol 74:386-393, 1972. 99. Danks DM, et al: Menkes's kinky hair syndrome: An inherited defect in copper absorption with widespread effects . Pediatrics 50:188-201, 1972. 100. Amaurotic family idiocy , editorial. Lancet 1:469-471, 1973. 101. Gordon NS, Marsden HB, Noronha MJ: Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (Batten's disease) . Arch Dis Child 47:285-291, 1972.Crossref 102. Neville BGR, et al: A neurovisceral storage disease with vertical supranuclear ophthalmoplegia and its relationship to Niemann-Pick disease: A report of nine patients . 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References 1. Thompson HS: Neuro-ophthalmology . Arch Ophthalmol 89:342-352, 1973.Crossref 2. Hoyt WF, Schilcke B, Eckelhoff RJ: Funduscopic appearance of a nerve-fiber-bundle defect . Br J Ophthalmol 56:577-583, 1972.Crossref 3. Hoyt WF, et al: Homonymous hemioptic hypoplasia: Funduscopic features in standard and red-free illumination in three patients with congenital hemiplegia . Br J Ophthalmol 56:537-545, 1972.Crossref 4. Hoyt WF, Knight CL: Comparison of congenital disc blurring and incipient papilledema in red-free light: A photographic study . Invest Ophthalmol 12:241-247, 1973. 5. Stern WE: Meningiomas in the cranio-orbital junction . J Neurosurg 38:428-437, 1973.Crossref 6. Dawson BH, Kothandaram P: Acute massive infarction of pituitary adenomas: A study of five patients . J Neurosurg 37:275-279, 1972.Crossref 7. Rovit RL, Fein JM: Pituitary apoplexy: A review and reappraisal . J Neurosurg 37:280-288, 1972.Crossref 8. Sanders MD: The Foster Kennedy sign . Proc R Soc Med 65:520-521, 1972. 9. Miller SJH: Ocular signs of chordomas . Proc R Soc Med 65:522-523, 1972. 10. Golden GS, et al: Malignant glioma of the brainstem: A clinopathological analysis of 13 cases . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:732-738, 1972.Crossref 11. Hoyt WF, et al: Malignant optic glioma of adulthood . Brain 96:121-132, 1973.Crossref 12. Fukushima T, et al: Ventriculofiberscope: A new technique for endoscopic diagnosis and operation: Technical note . J Neurosurg 38:251-256, 1973.Crossref 13. Henderson WR, Raskin NH: "Hot-Dog" Headache: Individual susceptibility to nitrite . Lancet 2:1162-1163, 1972.Crossref 14. Dalessio DJ: Dietary migraine . Am Fam Physician 6:60-65, 1972. 15. Matthews WB: Footballer's migraine . Br Med J 2:326-327, 1972.Crossref 16. Osuntokun BO, Osuntokun O: Complicated migraine and haemoglobin AS in Nigerians . Br Med J 2:621-622, 1972.Crossref 17. Osuntokun 0, Osuntokun BO: Ophthalmoplegic migraine and hemoglobinopathy in Nigerians . Am J Ophthalmol 74:451-455, 1972. 18. Mehegan CC, Dreifuss FE: Hyperlexia: Exceptional reading ability in brain-damaged children . Neurology 22:1105-1111, 1972.Crossref 19. Saunders WA, Barker MG: Dyslexia as cause of psychiatric disorder in adults . Br Med J 4:759-761, 1972.Crossref 20. Bender MB, Feldman M: The so-called "visual agnosias." Brain 95:173-186, 1972.Crossref 21. Benson DF, Greenberg JP: Visual form agnosia: A specific defect in visual discrimination . Arch Neurol 20:82-89, 1969.Crossref 22. Rubens AB, Benson DF: Associative visual agnosia . Arch Neurol 24:305-316, 1971.Crossref 23. Heilman KM, Valenstein E: Frontal lobe neglect in man . Neurology 22:660-664, 1972.Crossref 24. Oral contraception and increased risk of cerebral ischemia or thrombosis: Collaborative group for the study of stroke in young women . N Engl J Med 288:871-878, 1973.Crossref 25. Wilkinson IMS, Russell RWR: Arteries of the head and neck in giant cell arteritis: A pathological study to show the pattern of arterial involvement . Arch Neurol 27:378-391, 1972.Crossref 26. Fauchald P, Rygvold 0, Oystese B: Temporal arteritis and polymyalgia rheumatica: Clinical and biopsy findings . Ann Intern Med 77:845-852, 1972.Crossref 27. Cohen DN: Temporal arteritis: Improvement in visual prognosis and management with repeated biopsies . Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol Otolaryngol 77:74-84, 1973. 28. Kulvin SM: Erythrocyte sedimentation rates in the elderly . Arch Ophthalmol 88:617-618, 1972.Crossref 29. Hoyt WF: Retinal ischemic symptoms in cardiovascular diagnosis . Postgrad Med 52:85-90, 1972. 30. Kollarits CR, Lubow M, Hissong SL: Retinal strokes: I. Incidence of carotid atheromata . JAMA 222:1273-1275, 1972.Crossref 31. Bradshaw P, Gumpert J: Small strokes in the carotid territory associated with a normal carotid arteriogram . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:810-817, 1972.Crossref 32. Kerber CW, Margolis MT, Newton TH: Tortuous vertebrobasilar system: A cause of cranial nerve signs . Neuroradiology 4:74-77, 1972.Crossref 33. Rios-Montenegro EN, Anderson DR, David NJ: Intracranial pressure and ocular hemodynamics . Arch Ophthalmol 89:52-58, 1973.Crossref 34. Bird AC, Sanders MD: Choroidal folds in association with papilloedema . Br J Ophthalmol 57:89-97, 1973.Crossref 35. Lundberg N: Monitoring of intracranial pressure . Proc R Soc Med 65:19-22, 1972. 36. Miller JD, Garibi J, Pickard JD: Induced changes of cerebrospinal fluid volume: Effects during continuous monitoring of ventricular fluid pressure . Arch Neurol 28:265-269, 1973.Crossref 37. Nakae K, et al: Relation between subacute myelo-optic neuropathy (S.M.O.N) and clioquinol: Nationwide survey . Lancet 1:171-173, 1973.Crossref 38. Sobue I, et al: Myeloneuropathy with abdominal disorders in Japan: Neuropathologic findings in seven autopsied cases . Neurology 22:1034-1039, 1972.Crossref 39. Tateishi J, et al: Myeloneuropathy in dogs induced by iodoxyquinoline . Neurology 22:702-709, 1972.Crossref 40. Ellenberger C Jr, Keltner JL, Burde RM: Acute optic neuropathy in older patients . Arch Neurol 28:182-185, 1973.Crossref 41. Kirkham TH, Ffytche TJ, Sanders MD: Placoid pigment epitheliopathy with retinal vasculitis and papillitis . Br J Ophthalmol 56:875-880, 1972.Crossref 42. Gupta DR, Strobos RJ: Bilateral papillitis associated with Cafergot therapy . Neurology 22:793-797, 1972.Crossref 43. Michaels DD, Zugsmith GS: Optic neuropathy following cataract extraction . Ann Ophthalmol 5:303-306, 1973. 44. Hayreh SS, Baines JAB: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: I. Effects on choroidal circulation . Br J Ophthalmol 56:719-736, 1972.Crossref 45. Hayreh SS, Baines JAB: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: II. Chorio-retinal lesions . Br J Ophthalmol 56:736-753, 1972.Crossref 46. Hayreh SS, Baines JAB: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: III. Effects on the optic nerve head . Br J Ophthalmol 56:754-764, 1972.Crossref 47. McLeod D, Hayreh SS: Occlusion of the posterior ciliary artery: IV. Electro-retinographic studies . Br J Ophthalmol 56:765-769, 1972.Crossref 48. Frisen L, Hoyt WF, Tengroth BM: Optociliary veins, disc pallor and visual loss: A triad of signs indicating spheno-orbital meningioma . Acta Ophthalmol 51:241-249, 1973.Crossref 49. Pettigrew AR, Fell GS, Chisholm IA: Red cell glutathione in tobacco amblyopia . Exp Eye Res 14:87-90, 1972.Crossref 50. Wray SH: The treatment of optic neuritis . Sightsaving Rev 42:5-13, 1972. 51. Rasminsky M: The effects of temperature on conduction in demyelinated single nerve fibers . Arch Neurol 28:287-292, 1973.Crossref 52. Chattha AS, Lombroso CT: Electroencephalographic changes in childhood optic neuritis . Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol 33:81-88, 1972.Crossref 53. Halliday AM, McDonald WI, Mushin J: Delayed visual evoked response in optic neuritis . Lancet 1:982-985, 1972.Crossref 54. Nameraw NS, Enns N: Visual evoked responses in patients with multiple sclerosis . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:829-833, 1972.Crossref 55. Stevens PR, Macfadyen WAL: Familial incidence of juvenile diabetes mellitus, progressive optic atrophy and neurogenic deafness . Br J Ophthalmol 56:496-500, 1972.Crossref 56. Niemeyer G, Marquardt JL: Retinal function in an unique syndrome of optic atrophy, juvenile diabetes mellitus, diabetes insipidus, neurosensory hearing loss, autonomic dysfunction and hyperalanineuria . Invest Ophthalmol 11:617-624, 1972. 57. Gardner HB, Irvine AR: Optic nerve hypoplasia with good visual acuity . Arch Ophthalmol 88:255-258, 1972.Crossref 58. Seeley RL, Smith JL: Visual field defects in optic nerve hypoplasia . Am J Ophthalmol 73:882-889, 1972 59. Troost BT, Weber RB, Daroff RB: Hemispheric control of eye movements: I. Quantitative analysis of refixation saccades in a hemispherectomy patient . Arch Neurol 27:441-448, 1972.Crossref 60. Troost BT, et al: Hemispheric control of eye movements: II. Quantitative analysis of smooth pursuit in a hemispherectomy patient . Arch Neurol 27:449-452, 1972.Crossref 61. Jacobs L, Anderson PJ, Bender MB: The lesions producing paralysis of downward but not upward gaze . Arch Neurol 28:319-323, 1973.Crossref 62. Nashold BS Jr, Seaber JH: Defects of ocular motility after stereotactic midbrain lesions in man . Arch Ophthalmol 88:245-248, 1972.Crossref 63. Pfaffenbach DD, Layton DD, Kearns TP: Ocular manifestations in progressive supranuclear palsy . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1179-1184, 1972. 64. Dell'Osso LF: Fixation characteristics in hereditary congenital nystagmus . Am J Optom 50:85-90, 1973.Crossref 65. Coren S, Komada MK: Eye movement control in voluntary nystagmus . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1161-1165, 1972. 66. Abramson DH: Latent nystagmus in identical twins . Arch Ophthalmol 89:256-257, 1973.Crossref 67. Evans FJ, Reich LH, Orne MT: Opticokinetic nystagmus, eye movements and hypnotically induced hallucinations . J Nerv Ment Dis 154:419-431, 1972.Crossref 68. Davis WJ, Ayers JL: Locomotion: Controlled by positive-feedback opticokinetic responses . Science 177:183-185, 1972.Crossref 69. Ellenberger C Jr, Keltner JL, Stroud MH: Ocular dyskinesia in cerebellar disease: Evidence for the similarity of opsoclonus, ocular dysmetria and flutter-like oscillations . Brain 95:685-692, 1972.Crossref 70. Boddie HG: Ocular bobbing and opsoclonus: Two abnormal spontaneous eye movements occurring in the same patient: Case report . J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 35:739-742, 1972.Crossref 71. Shetty T, Rosman NP: Opsoclonus in hydrocephalus . Arch Ophthalmol 88:585-589, 1972.Crossref 72. Spudis EV, Morris D: Ocular flutter . South Med J 65:819-822, 1972.Crossref 73. Gilbert JJ, Deonna T: Unusual brainstem findings following closed head injury . J Pediatr 81:343-345, 1972.Crossref 74. Rubin ML: The woman who saw too much . Sur Ophthalmol 16:382-383, 1972. 75. Eyster EF, Hoyt WF, Wilson CB: Oculomotor palsy from minor head trauma: An initial sign of basal intracranial tumor . JAMA 220:1083-1086, 1972.Crossref 76. Cunningham RD: Divergence paralysis . Am J Ophthalmol 74:630-633, 1972. 77. Kirkham TH, Bird AC, Sanders MD: Divergence paralysis with raised intracranial pressure: An electro-oculographic study . Br J Ophthalmol 56:776-782, 1972.Crossref 78. Metz HS, Scott AB, O'Meara DM: Saccadic eye movements in myasthenia gravis . Arch Ophthalmol 88:9-11, 1972.Crossref 79. Grunnet ML, Lubow M: Ascending polyneuritis and ophthalmoplegia . Am J Ophthalmol 74:1155-1160, 1972. 80. Jampel RS, Haidt SJ: Bell's phenomenon and acute idiopathic polyneuritis . Am J Ophthalmol 74:145-153, 1972. 81. Poulsen J, Zilstorff K: Prognostic value of the caloric-vestibular test in the unconscious patient with cranial trauma . Acta Neurol Scand 48:282-292, 1972.Crossref 82. Maccario M, Backman JR, Korein J: Paradoxical caloric response in altered states of consciousness . Neurology 22:781-788, 1972.Crossref 83. Koerner F, Schlote W: Chronic progressive external ophthalmoplegia: Association with retinal pigmentary changes and evidence in favor of ocular myopathy . Arch Ophthalmol 88:155-166, 1972.Crossref 84. Perez RB: The eye-popping reflex of infants . J Pediatr 81:87-89, 1972.Crossref 85. Lessell S: Supranuclear paralysis of voluntary lid closure . Arch Ophthalmol 88:241-244, 1972.Crossref 86. Lewis JA: Eye closure as a motor trigger for seizures . Neurology 22:1145-1150, 1972.Crossref 87. Spillane JD: The geography of neurology . Br Med J 2:506-512, 1972.Crossref 88. Rinne UK, Arstila AU, Riekkinen PJ: Electron microscopic study on nuclear changes in multiple sclerosis brain biopsies . Acta Neurol Scand 48:529-537, 1972.Crossref 89. Prineas J: Paramyxovirus-like particles associated with acute demyelination in chronic relapsing multiple sclerosis . Science 178:760-763, 1972.Crossref 90. Kempe CH, et al: Elevated cerebrospinal fluid vaccinia antibodies in multiple sclerosis . Arch Neurol 28:278-279, 1973.Crossref 91. Schaumburg HH, et al: Schilder's disease sex-linked recessive transmission with specific adrenal changes . Arch Neurol 27:458-460, 1972.Crossref 92. Rucker CW: Sheathing of the retinal veins in multiple sclerosis: A review of pertinent literature . Mayo Clin Proc 47:335-340, 1972. 93. Thrush DC, Morris CJ, Salmon MV: Paramyotonia congenita: A clinical, histochemical and pathological study . Brain 95:537-552, 1972.Crossref 94. Pierce PE, et al: Alkyl mercury poisoning in humans: Report of an outbreak . JAMA 220:1439-1442, 1972.Crossref 95. Epstein R, Hochwald GM, Ransohoff J: Neonatal hydrocephalus treated by compressive head wrapping . Lancet 1:634-636, 1973.Crossref 96. Howard RO: Ocular abnormalities in the cri du chat syndrome . Am J Ophthalmol 73:949-954, 1972. 97. Kirkpatrick BV, David RB: Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis: A case report presenting with papilledema . J Pediatr Ophthalmol 10:74-76, 1973. 98. Howard RO, Albert DM: Ocular manifestations of subacute necrotizing encephalomyelopathy (Leigh's disease) . Am J Ophthalmol 74:386-393, 1972. 99. Danks DM, et al: Menkes's kinky hair syndrome: An inherited defect in copper absorption with widespread effects . Pediatrics 50:188-201, 1972. 100. Amaurotic family idiocy , editorial. Lancet 1:469-471, 1973. 101. Gordon NS, Marsden HB, Noronha MJ: Neuronal ceroid lipofuscinosis (Batten's disease) . Arch Dis Child 47:285-291, 1972.Crossref 102. Neville BGR, et al: A neurovisceral storage disease with vertical supranuclear ophthalmoplegia and its relationship to Niemann-Pick disease: A report of nine patients . Brain 96:97-120, 1973.Crossref

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