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Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy after natalizumab therapy for Crohn's disease.
- G. Van Assche, M. Van Ranst, +7 authors P. Rutgeerts
- The New England journal of medicine
- 28 July 2005
Analysis of frozen serum samples showed that JC virus DNA had appeared in the serum three months after the initiation of open-label natalizumab monotherapy and two months before the appearance of symptomatic PML, suggesting that anti-alpha4-integrin therapy can result in JC virus-induced PML. Expand
Interferon beta in multiple sclerosis: experience in a British specialist multiple sclerosis centre
- B. Dubois, E. Keenan, +5 authors G. Giovannoni
- Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
- 1 July 2003
IFN beta is effective in reducing the relapse rate in patients with relapsing-remitting MS in routine clinical practice, however, after a median treatment duration of 26 months, 40% of initially relapsed MS patients seem to have ongoing disease activity, presenting as disabling relapses or insidious progression. Expand
[Value of magnetic resonance imaging after severe hypoglycemic coma].
Contrast-enhanced MR imaging of tuberculous pachymeningitis cranialis hypertrophica: case report.
- J. Callebaut, D. Dormont, B. Dubois, J. Chiras, J. Bories
- AJNR. American journal of neuroradiology
- 1 July 1990
In some cases, especially in pachymeningeal forms with atypical clinical features, neuroradiologic investigations can be very useful in early diagnosis of this disease, as the present case demonstrates. Expand
AN EXTERNAL CAUSE FOR ‘IDIOPATHIC’ PACHYMENINGITIS?
Since recent literature links asbestos exposure to a risk of development of retroperitoneal fibrosis, the present case suggests to focus in future research of IHCP on possible external causes. Expand
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis in the differential diagnosis of encephalitis
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis and measles virus.
Subacute sclerosing panencephalitis in the differential diagnosis of encephalitis. Authors' reply
Plumbism or lead intoxication mimicking an abdominal tumor
- P. Dedeken, V. Louw, A. Vandooren, Geert Verstegen, W. Goossens, B. Dubois
- Journal of General Internal Medicine
- 1 June 2006
Each element of the triad of unexplained anemia, abdominal cramps, and bilateral wrist (or foot) drop should lead any physician to consider the diagnosis of lead intoxication. Expand
[Intradural extramedullary neuro-enteric cysts without associated malformation. 3 cases with magnetic resonance imaging].
We report 3 cases of extramedullary neurenteric cyst without associated dysraphic lesions. One of the cases had an ultrastructural study. Magnetic resonance imaging provided a preoperative diagnosis.… Expand