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Sixth cranial nerve neuromyotonia mimicking intermittent Duane syndrome type II: case report

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Taylor, A., Buruklar, H., Van Nechel, C. et al. Sixth cranial nerve neuromyotonia mimicking intermittent Duane syndrome type II: case report. Acta Neurol Belg 117, 941–942 (2017).

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