Anouk Rozeboom

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A large Dutch family of 88 members, running through five generations, is described with benign hereditary chorea of early onset. The clinical presentation was heterogeneous. The chorea manifested in late infancy or childhood, interfered with writing, was non-disabling, stable or even improved in adulthood in most cases, but was slowly progressive with gait(More)
PURPOSE To investigate intradural geometry, which strongly influences the effects of epidural spinal cord stimulation. METHODS Axial MR images with turbo spin-echo were made of 26 healthy subjects at C-4 through C-6, T-5 and T-6, and T-11 and T-12, at T-11 and T-12 both in the supine and the prone position. Measurements were made of the dorsomedial and(More)
The prognostic value of magnetic evoked potentials (MEP), somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEP), age and radiological parameters was determined in 50 patients with acute middle cerebral artery infarction. We performed MEP and SSEP within 4 days and after 6 weeks and 3 months of the infarction and assessed clinical improvement by using the Barthel index(More)
In this paper we present a study of 6 cases, running through three generations of a Dutch family, with alternating Bell's palsy in an autosomal dominant mode of inheritance. The study included medical history data, neurological examination, blood glucose tests, electromyography, orbicularis oculi reflexes and radiological investigation. In 3 cases a(More)
INTRODUCTION This study investigates the effect of a modest weight loss either by a calorie restricted diet or mainly by increased physical exercise on health related quality of life (HRQoL) in overweight-to-obese and inactive postmenopausal women. We hypothesize that HRQoL improves with weight loss, and that exercise-induced weight loss is more effective(More)
Two patients with congenital cervical spinal muscular atrophy had symmetrical severe muscle weakness and wasting confined to the upper limbs, areflexia and congenital contractures. The shoulders were internally rotated, elbows extended and wrists flexed. There were no sensory or bulbar symptoms, scoliosis, long tract signs or lower limb involvement. This(More)
There is pathological evidence that hereditary sensory radicular neuropathy (HSN type I) is a disorder related to multi-system atrophy with marked cell loss in the cerebral cortex, thalamus, brain stem and cerebellum. We report here a clinical study of a case of HSN-I including audiometric testing, autonomic functions, electromyography, transcranial(More)
A Turkish family with Huntington's disease documented on CT, MRI and SPECT is reported. Whereas in clinically definite cases CT and MRI are of limited value and SPECT does not add anything of value, in one asymptomatic subject SPECT showed moderate caudate nucleus hypoperfusion, underlining the hypothesis that SPECT may have a role in predicting(More)
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