Locked-in Syndrome

Jim Zisfein jzisfeinNOjzSPAM at excite.com.invalid
Mon Jun 19 14:43:29 EST 2000

If one of the eyes couldn't move in any direction - vertically
or horizontally - it suggests that there was some midbrain
involvement, or possibly some involvement of exiting 3rd nerve

Re the need to have an eye sewn shut - that suggests loss of
sensation to the cornea along with inability to close the eye,
both which might occur with lesions in the pons.

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