Motor testing revealed relative preservation of limb strength. Bilateral facial weakness and limited tongue movement led to the need for tracheotomy. Voluntary eye movements were limited in all cardinal positions of gaze. In contrast, lateral eye movements are present with passive head turning. Vertical eye movements are intact with passive neck flexion and extension.
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