An 18-year-old man suffered from acute Sydenham chorea appearing coincidently with beta-haemolytic streptococcal throat infection. Imaging techniques documented lesions of basal ganglia and substantia nigra. In the early course of the disease vascular lesions may be important pathogenetic mechanisms of this acquired movement disorder.
The sectional anatomy of the pelvic floor was studied in plastinated sections of adult pelves by computed tomography and by magnetic resonance imaging. In sectional anatomy, the levator ani is composed of three portions that can be clearly distinguished by their planes of cleavage and by the course of their fiber bundles. No muscular connections are found… (More)
Whereas generalised neurofibromatosis is a relatively frequent disease its combined occurrence in conjunction with agenesia of the corpus callosum is extremely rare and probably a casual coincidence.