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Treatment of human spasticity with delta 9-tetrahydrocannabinol.
Spasticity is a common neurologic condition in patients with multiple sclerosis, stroke, cerebral palsy or an injured spinal cord. Animal studies suggest that THC has an inhibitory effect onExpand
Holoprosencephaly with hypoplasia of the optic nerves, dwarfism, and agenesis of the septum pellucidum.
This 23-year-old woman was referred for neuro­ logic consultation because of occipital and frontal headaches, dizziness, and poor vision. History revealed that she had weighed 2841 g at birth after aExpand
Acute optic neuropathy in older patients.
Forty-eight patients over the age of 35 years were examined and followed after the sudden spontaneous loss of vision referable to one or both optic nerves. Patients with multiple sclerosis wereExpand
The visually evoked potential in Huntington disease
The visually evoked potential was abnormal in 17 of 18 patients with Huntington disease. Both early and late wave components were affected, and the averaged amplitude for the patients was reduced inExpand
Embryogenesis of the inferior olivary nucleus in the rat: A radioautographic study and a re‐evaluation of the rhombic lip
Interkinetic nuclear migrations studied by redioautography in the medullar neuroepithelium of the 14‐day rat embryo are similar to those in other areas of the neuraxis in other species. The cellExpand
Treatment of Human Spasticity with Δ9‐Tetrahydrocannabinol
Abstract: Spasticity is a common neurologic condition in patients with multiple sclerosis, stroke, cerebral palsy or an injured spinal cord. Animal studies suggest that THC has an inhibitory effectExpand
Structural factors in the pathogenesis of ischemic optic neuropathy.
Some patients with nonarteritic ischemic optic neuropathy have no signs or symptoms of systemic vascular disease; therefore, nonvascular factors may play a role in the pathogenesis of this syndrome.Expand
Chiasmal apoplexy
We describe three patients with acute chiasmal visual field loss caused by hemorrhage within an intrachiasmal arteriovenous malformation. One patient had five episodes; vision improved three timesExpand
Perioptic meningiomas. Syndrome of long-standing visual loss, pale disk edema, and optociliary veins.
Three patients had a syndrome of progressive or long-standing visual loss, pale disk edema, and optociliary veins, indicating that a spheno-orbital meningioma had invaded the anterior periopticExpand
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