Typical and reverse bobbing: a case with localizing value.
- Published Article
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 1984
Report of a case of typical bobbing occasionally interpolated by reverse bobbing. The causative lesion, which lay in the most dorsal median portion of the pontine tegmentum, was a small primary hemorrhage, diagnosed in life by CT scanning and confirmed at necropsy. The pathological and clinical correlations of the phenomenon are discussed.
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