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Recovery From Locked-in Syndrome

The video shows an awake, attentive patient with a gaze preference to the left and minimal horizontal eye movements to the right. Vertical eye movements and blinking were preserved. Twenty-two months later, he is shown ambulating with an ataxic gait. He has difficulty with tandem walking. There is a mild residual horizontal ophthalmoplegia and left facial weakness in an upper motor neuron pattern.

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