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Bladder disturbances and sexual impotence are common and distressing disorders occurring in multiple sclerosis. Miller, Simpson, and Yeates (1965) found bladder complaints occurring at some time of the disease in 78% of 297 patients, and in 52% of them it had persisted for over six months, while sexual impotence due to physical disease occurred in 44% of(More)
We present an unusual case of multiple intracranial meningeal nodules in a 30-year-old man. Histologically, the nodules consisted predominantly of plasma cells, histiocytes, and lymphoid cells with Russell bodies and emperipolesis. Emperipolesis may be a clue to understanding the pathogenesis of the process that has features consistent with so-called sinus(More)