F Delestre

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Intravascular malignant lymphomatosis (IML), so-called malignant angioendotheliomatosis, was found in lumbosacral spinal cord and nerve roots of a 78-year-old women who died one month after the onset of symptoms. With regard to the majority of the 37 reviewed neurological cases in the literature, this report is unusual in that the disease was exclusively(More)
Two new cases of X-chromosome linked bulbospinal muscular atrophy associated with gynecomastia (described by Kennedy in 1968) are reported. In one patient, an electrophysiological study and a muscle nerve biopsy were performed. Motor nerve conduction studies were normal but sensory action potentials were small or unrecordable in the absence of clinical(More)
12 cases of polyneuropathy with IgM monoclonal gammapathy are reported. An analysis of the clinical, electrophysiological, histological and immunological features of these cases and of those reported in the literature allows to distinguish 2 groups. In the first group (8./12 cases), the neuropathy showed clinical and electrophysiological features of a(More)
Two cases of spinal muscular atrophy, localized on the lower limbs and strictly unilateral, in two half brothers, are reported. Such a distribution of clinical changes and such a hereditary transmission appear to be unusual in hereditary motor-neuronopathies. A recessive heterotopic transmission may be suspected. To our knowledge, it has been reported in(More)
Somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) to electrical stimulation of the right and the left median nerves were studied in a patient with a pontine lesion. At first there was mainly right medial lemniscus involvement. Four months later the left medial lemniscus was found to be also involved. SEPs to stimulation of the right median nerve had normal wave forms(More)
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