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Goggle-like Appearance of Injured Cerebellothalamic Axons Surrounding Red Nuclei in Holmes Tremor

  • Gencer Genc (a1) (a2), Stephen Jones (a3), Hubert H. Fernandez (a1) and Scott E. Cooper (a4)
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Correspondence to: Gencer Genc, Gumussuyu Military Hospital, Department of Neurology, Taksim, Beyoglu, 34437, Istanbul, Turkey. Email: gencerg@gmail.com

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