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Papillary glioneuronal tumor: a new variant of mixed neuronal-glial neoplasm.
We describe the clinicopathologic features of nine cases of a unique papillary glioneuronal tumor (PGNT) exhibiting astrocytic as well as extensive and varied neuronal differentiation. The four maleExpand
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Chronic inflammatory polyradiculoneuropathy.
The diagnostic criteria, natural history, nerve conduction characteristics, pathology, laboratory features, and efficacy of corticosteroid treatment have been evaluated personally in 53 patients withExpand
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Morphometric Comparison of the Vulnerability of Peripheral Motor and Sensory Neurons in Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
The diameter histograms of cell bodies (cytons) in motor neuron columns at the L5 segment of the spinal cord of adult man reproducibly yield three peaks of increasing height: small (Cs), intermediateExpand
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Clinicopathologic studies of primary cerebral amyloid angiopathy.
Primary cerebrovascular amyloidosis resulting in significant cerebral parenchymal damage was encountered in 23 autopsied cases at the Mayo Clinic over the past 10 years. Patients were 60 to 97 yearsExpand
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Meningio‐angiomatosis: A Report of Six Cases with Special Reference to the Occurrence of Neurofibrillary Tangles
We report six cases of meningio-angiomatosis, a disorder of the cerebral cortex of probable malformative origin frequently associated with neurofibromatosis and either asymptomatic or associated withExpand
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Hereditary form of parkinsonism—dementia
In four generations of a family, 13 members were afflicted with an autosomal dominant disorder characterized by young age at onset, early weight loss, and rapidly progressive dopa‐responsiveExpand
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The spatial distribution of fiber loss in diabetic polyneuropathy suggests ischemia
Characterization and quantitation of the spatial distribution of pathological abnormalities along the length of nerves may be helpful in understanding the underlying mechanisms of diabeticExpand
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Multiple sclerosis: histopathologic and MR and/or CT correlation in 37 cases at biopsy and three cases at autopsy.
The authors retrospectively reviewed the cases of 40 patients with biopsy- or autopsy-proved inflammatory demyelination consistent with multiple sclerosis (MS); each patient underwent magneticExpand
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DIFFUSE INTRACYTOPLASMIC GANGLIONIC INCLUSIONS (LEWY TYPE) ASSOCIATED WITH PROGRESSIVE DEMENTIA AND QUADRIPARESIS IN FLEXION
Intraganglionic inclusion bodies of presumably non-viral ongm have been associated with a range of defined neurologic disturbances, including myoclonus epilepsy (1), Pick's disease (2), andExpand
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Central pontine myelinolysis and its imitators: MR findings.
The clinical, radiologic, and neuropathologic findings in 13 patients with central pontine myelinolysis were reviewed. Antemortem computed tomography (CT) had been performed in nine, and ante- orExpand
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