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Oculomotor disorders in adult-onset Still’s disease

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    AOSD is an idiopathic arthritis with spiking fevers and transient maculopapular rash.

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Acknowledgments

This work was supported by grants from NIH EY01849 (DSZ), and the Georgia Birtman Grant Initiative (TCH) from the American Hearing Research Foundation and Northwestern Medical Foundation. Philanthropic funds from the vestibular laboratory supported AGS. We thank Mr. Dale Roberts for assistance.

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Correspondence to Aasef G. Shaikh.

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Shaikh, A.G., Hain, T.C. & Zee, D.S. Oculomotor disorders in adult-onset Still’s disease. J Neurol 257, 136 (2010). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00415-009-5308-y

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