Andy Bollen

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Routine determination of serum vitamin B12 levels is generally recommended as part of the screening of demented patients, based on the notion that vitamin B12 deficiency is one of the causes of reversible dementia. We studied the effects of vitamin B12 replacement therapy in a prospective longitudinal study at a memory clinic, with special emphasis on(More)
INTRODUCTION It is becoming increasingly recognized that CNS immaturity at birth affects ischemic injury and recovery, and that the consequences of neonatal stroke need to be studied using age-appropriate focal stroke models. The inclusion of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) as a surrogate measure of stroke progression has provided useful information in(More)
A 44-year-old man presented with painful Horner syndrome: severe periorbital pain, ptosis, and miosis of his right eye, with intact facial sweating. Lymphadenitis at the right side of his neck preceded the symptoms. MRI and magnetic resonance angiography showed thickening of the right internal carotid artery, extending from the bifurcation to the cavernous(More)
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