Learn More
hydrocephalus induced by the major draining vein of an unruptured aVM, which has not been reported previously. a 37 year-old male patient presented with total blindness on his right eye and some visual impairment on his left eye. His right pupilla was not reactive to light and he had bilateral papilledema. His Glasgow Coma Scale was 15/15 and rest of his(More)
Pantothenate kinase-associated neurodegeneration (PKAN) syndrome is an autosomal-recessive neurodegenerative disease that causes progressive generalized dystonia. Currently, the disorder remains pharmacologically intractable. Herein we report the first case in which deep brain stimulation helped to relieve dystonic storm in a patient with PKAN syndrome who(More)