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Intractable Hiccup Due to Multiple Sclerosis: MR Imaging of Medullary Plaque

     Yung-Yee Chang, Hsiu-Shen Wu, Tsung-Chia Tsai and Jia-Shou Liu

Abstract:   We describe a 31-year-old man with clinically definite multiple sclerosis who presented with intractable hiccup for one month prior to admission. The responsible lesion was confirmed by magnetic resonance imaging to be a plaque in the ventral paramedian portion of the medulla oblongata.

Can. J. Neurol. Sci. 1994; 21: 271-272


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