Diana Maia

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Alcohol has been shown to reduce serum calcium concentrations in several animal studies. In humans, using relatively low doses of alcohol, however, the results were inconclusive. In addition, the effect of alcohol consumption on serum magnesium concentrations is controversial. To elucidate the influence of alcohol ingestion on serum calcium and magnesium in(More)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is primarily a white matter disease, but may also involve the gray matter, a feature not often demonstrated in vivo. This report presents the case of a patient with MS and clinical features mimicking frontotemporal dementia due to clear-cut cortical gray matter involvement in the left frontal lobe.
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