H Noetzel

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A 17-year-old patient with spongiform glioneuronal dystrophy is described. Symptoms of a severe infection at the onset of this disease give an insight on the unknown etiology. Occipital visual disturbances were the main signs in this case. 5 years after the onset of the disease death occured. The pathological-anatomical findings were: necrosis of ganglion(More)
Single brain concussion in rabbits causes an increased proliferation of glial and mesenchymal cells. Repeated experimental concussions in rabbits (3 times at intervals of 24 h) led to an increased incorporation of H3-thymidine in glial and mesenchymal cells with a maximum at 48 h after the third concussion. This is interpreted as an indication of increased(More)
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