Charcot's neurologic triad

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Charcot's neurologic triad is the combination of nystagmus, intention tremor, and scanning or staccato speech. This triad is associated with multiple sclerosis, where it was first described;[1] however, it is not considered pathognomonic for it. It is named for Jean-Martin Charcot.[2]

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