Eduardo Castello

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Acquired nystagmus occurs frequently in patients with multiple sclerosis and is often the cause of illusory motion of the environment (oscillopsia), and blurring of vision. Based primarily on the beneficial effect of gabapentin on acquired pendular nystagmus (APN), a GABAergic mechanism in controlling nystagmus has been hypothesised. If increasing GABA(More)
Developing self-organised swarm systems capable of adapting to environmental changes as well as to dynamic situations is a complex challenge. An efficient labour division model, with the ability to regulate the distribution of work among swarm robots, is an important element of this kind of system. This paper extends the popular response threshold model and(More)
Gabapentin but not vigabatrin is eVective in the treatment of acquired nystagmus in multiple sclerosis: how valid is the GABAergic hypothesis? Abstract Acquired nystagmus occurs frequently in patients with multiple sclerosis and is often the cause of illusory motion of the environment (oscillopsia), and blurring of vision. Based primarily on the beneficial(More)
Fhar's disease is a rare idiopathic CNS pathology characterized by widespread calcifications of the basal ganglia, cerebellar nuclei and endocranial vessels. The origin of this disease is unknown and a lack of thyroid and parathyroid pathologies is the main statement. From the clinical point of view, extrapyramidal manifestations are common while vertigo(More)
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