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A patient with Claude's syndrome (ipsilateral fascicular third nerve palsy with contralateral ataxia) in whom computed tomography demonstrated a discrete infarct in the paramedian rostral mesencephalic tegmentum is reported. The vascular supply of the rostral mesencephalon is discussed.
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