Kinsbourne syndrome also known as opsoclonus-myoclonus-ataxia syndrome (OMAS) or more commonly dancing eyes and feet syndrome is a rare neurological disorder. This disorder affects children at an average age of 6 to 36 months. It associates opsomyoclonias and ataxia with behavioral disturbances. The pathophysiology is not well understood but seems to involve a dysimmunitary process; its etiology is often either paraneoplasic or parainfectious. Spontaneous resolution without immunomodulatory treatment has been described.
We describe here the case of a young five-year-old patient with Kinsbourne syndrome associated with Mycoplasma pneumoniaeinfection.