Dr. S. Maurri

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Four cases of acute and subacute akinetic-rigid parkinsonian syndrome are described. The clinical picture initially simulated a meningoencephalitis, which was escluded by the negative CSF findings and the aspecific electroencephalogram. In the first case the parkinsonism was attributable, also on the basis of the autoptic findings, to the prolonged(More)
After introducing the problem of blepharospasm, we report our experience on treatment with purified botulinum A toxin in 16 cases of blepharospasm, symptomatic in two and essential in 14, than had not responded to drugs. The changes in intensity and frequency of spasm after treatment were evaluated on a clinical scale and by review of videotapes. The(More)
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