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Rabbit syndrome associated with medullary compression by vertebral artery

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Video segment 1: The patient had perioral tremor with a frequency of 2-Hz around the right side of the nose and upper lip. In addition, uvular and tongue deviation to the right side were also found. (WMV 31710 kb)

Video segment 1: The patient had perioral tremor with a frequency of 2-Hz around the right side of the nose and upper lip. In addition, uvular and tongue deviation to the right side were also found. (WMV 31710 kb)

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Park, H., Lee, J., Son, B. et al. Rabbit syndrome associated with medullary compression by vertebral artery. Neurol Sci 37, 1167–1168 (2016) doi:10.1007/s10072-016-2509-x

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Keywords

  • Vertebral Artery
  • Direct Compression
  • Vestibular Symptom
  • Neuroleptic Medication
  • Structural Brain Abnormality