• Corticospinal tract malfunction was seen in a patient with Graves' disease. The absence of intracranial and intraspinal lesions likely to cause the neurologic manifestations and their regression after control of thyroid dysfunction favors a cause-effect relationship. We review and compare similar cases previously reported and discuss the mechanisms.
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