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The case of a 30-year-old male patient is presented who was admitted with a 3-month history of elevated intracranial pressure and reduced-hearing on the right. CT revealed hydrocephalus due to displacement of the 4th ventricle by a large non-enhancing cerebellar mass with calcifications. MRI...
The aim of this investigation was to assess the use of cerebral extracellular glucose as a parameter for microdialytic monitoring in neurosurgical critical care patients. Samples were collected from four patients with severe head injury and one with subarachnoid haemorrhage for periods of...
We present the rare case of a 62-year-old woman with Churg-Strauss syndrome associated with a left third nerve palsy and a mononeuritis multiplex. Cranial nerve palsies are unusual in patients with Churg-Strauss syndrome, and the most frequent cranial nerve lesion observed is an ischemic optic...
The efficacy of Org 2766, an ACTH(4–9) analogue, on the recovery of cisplatin neuropathy of longstanding duration was investigated in a phase II study. Twenty-two patients were treated with Org 2766 during a period of 4 months and vibration perception threshold (VPT) and sum scores for...
MRI in a 63-year-old male with isolated lateropulsion of the trunk disclosed an infarct in the inferior portion of the right cerebellar hemisphere, suggesting an end-zone type infarct in the lateral branch of the right posterior inferior cerebellar artery (lPICA) or a borderzone infarct between...
Cheiro-oral syndrome (COS) is characterized by a sensory disturbance in one hand and the ipsileteral oral corner. It is usually due to a lesion in the parietal cortex, thalamocortical projections or thalamus. Brain stem lesions may rarely produce COS. We present two COS patients with midbrain...
We report a 43-year-old man suffering from myasthenia gravis with invasive thymoma accompanied with alopecia areata and dry mouth. These complications are extremely rare and the pathogenetic etiology of these complications was thought to depend on a generalized immunogilocal disturbance.
Seven patients who showed left-sided neglect in reading single words were examined. Neglect errors typically involved omission of initial letters in our patients. Two patients with enough errors had a tendency that longer words were more susceptible to errors than short words. Most of the...
We describe two women with acquired partial lipodystrophy, one with significant myopathic symptoms and signs. Muscle biopsy of deltoid and quadriceps was performed in each case. The light microscopy findings were of type 1 and type 2 fibre hypertrophy, with an increase in intracytoplasmic fat in...
Two patients with diabetes mellitus, one of them with an isolated third cranial nerve palsy and the other with an isolated sixth cranial nerve palsy, are presented. MRI investigations including diffusion-weighted MRI revealed a small ischemic brain stem lesion in the former and a small...
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