F J Radermecker

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The authors report on infectious-allergic encephalopathy, occurring in a nine-year old boy. The clinical picture is that of a generalized myoclonic epileptic state. The EEG shows bilaterally occurring stereotyped rhythmic complexes with a short interval. The child recovered completely. The diagnostic value of periodically occurring EEG-features and the(More)
Reports on studies devoted entirely to the results of electroencephalographic recordings in phacomatosis are not available, and the authors review the large number of cases found throughout the published literature. Based on the information obtained and the results of their personal experience, they summarize the clinical findings, characteristic anomalies,(More)
After a short historical introduction, the author presents the actual state of our biological knowledge with special reference to the increase of gamma-globulines and measle anti-bodies in the serum as well as in the CSF. He insists upon the works which identified and isolated the measle anti-gene but which nevertheless cannot define a special form of(More)
The electroclinical and pathological features of two infantile cases of acute necrotizing herpetic encephalitis are reported. The distribution of the lesions has been compared with those observed in fourteen other cases including four with EEG records. Various electroencephalographic features have been recorded including repetitive slow spikes and periodic(More)
The clinical and electroencephalographic observations in two patients with verified necrotising herpes-encephalitis are presented. In one of the ill persons it was possible to isolate the virus. With these two observations four additional ones published previously are compaired electroencephalographically. Thereby the EEG reveal a certain variation in form(More)
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