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Epileptic ictal strabismus: a case report and review of the literature Volume 20, numéro 4, August 2018

TEST YOURSELF

(1) What does ictal strabismus suggest?

A. Subcortical involvement in monocular eye movement control

B. Cortical involvement in monocular eye movement control

C. Involvement of the cerebellum in monocular eye movement control

 

(2) Ictal strabismus:

A. always originates from parieto-occipital regions

B. is an exclusively subcortical phenomenon

C. is a heterogeneous epileptic phenomenon, which may arise from activity involving the frontal eye field or other cortical regions involved in controlling versive and vergence eye movements

 

(3) Ipsiversive conjugate eye deviation

A. has been reported in seizures originating from the inferio-posterior temporal lobe

B. is the consequence of epileptic activity involving the frontal eye field

C. is constantly associated with good response to antiepileptic drugs

 

 

 

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Answers

(1) B.

(2) C.

(3) A.

 

 

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