Bandhu Paudyal

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Reversible Neurotoxicity Methotrexate (MTX) has poor central nervous system penetration as an oral agent. Although commonly seen with intrathecal dosing, there are only few reports of oral MTX induced cerebral toxicity, all describing leukoencephalopathy. We report the first case of oral MTX causing reversible cerebral diffusion-weighted imaging (DWI)(More)
Methods: We performed a retrospective chart review of all patients diagnosed with “probable,” “probable — laboratory supported,” and “definite” ALS, seen in the Wake Forest ALS Clinic from May 2009-May 2012. The following test results were analyzed in 105 individuals with ALS: anti-nuclear antibody, calcium, creatine kinase (CK), c-reactive protein, copper,(More)
BACKGROUND Botulinum is a potent neurotoxin with increasing indications for neurologic disorders. While clinical benefit manifests primarily due to local actions at the neuromuscular junction, regional and systemic effects do occur. Rarely, systemic symptoms including weakness, dysarthria, dysphagia and other side effects occur as a result of iatrogenic(More)
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