Asa Nakahara

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Crossed cerebellar diaschisis (CCD) is an interesting phenomenon which classically refers to the depressed blood flow and metabolism affecting one cerebellar hemisphere after a contralateral hemispheric infarction. However, CCD can also be caused by a prolonged seizure. We herein report a case of CCD due to status epilepticus in a patient who showed unique(More)
Gliomatosis cerebri is a rare diffuse glioma that is neither mass-forming nor necrotic, and does not disrupt existing structures. Gliomatosis occurring in the cerebellum is known as gliomatosis cerebelli, and only three such cases examined by biopsy have been reported. Here we describe the first autopsy findings of a patient who was diagnosed as having(More)
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