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Recurrent hemiplegia due to hypoglycaemia
  1. W. A. Penman,
  2. J. K. Johnson


    A case of recurrent hemiplegia resulting from hypoglycaemia associated with a large thoracic fibrosarcoma, and the satisfactory response to removal of the tumour, is described. The possible causes of the hypoglycaemia are discussed.

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