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Oculosympathetic paresis caused by foreign body perforation of pharyngeal wall.
  1. I. Bazak,
  2. A. Miller,
  3. N. Uri
  1. Department of Neurology, Carmel Hospital, Haifa, Israel.


    Ingestion of a foreign body rarely produces symptoms. We report a patient who presented with oculosympathetic paresis. We believe this is a previously unrecorded manifestation of foreign body ingestion.

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