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Two Tanzanian patients with konzo were severely disabled by a non-progressive spastic paraparesis, since the sudden onset during an epidemic six years earlier. At the time of onset they had a high dietary intake of cyanide from exclusive consumption of insufficiently processed bitter cassava roots. MRI of brain and spinal cord were normal but motor evoked(More)
In the present paper we discuss two cases with bilaterally located carotid-cavernous fistulas: one of traumatic origin and the other occurring spontaneously. Most traumatic fistulas are direct, unilateral and of a high flow type. In our first case we deal with traumatic bilateral direct fistulas with a low flow, a combination which must be considered rare(More)
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