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Effects of passive tactile and auditory stimuli on left visual neglect.
The results showed that auditory pathways take part in the network involved with neglect, and passive nonverbal auditory stimuli may be of interest in the rehabilitation of patients with left visual neglect. Expand
[Subcutaneous administration of apomorphine in motor fluctuations in Parkinson's disease].
The effectiveness of subcutaneous apomorphine administration in the treatment of severe motor fluctuations is confirmed and the mean duration of daily off periods was reduced. Expand
Blood pressure effects of apomorphine and domperidone in parkinsonism.
Prospective study of lacunar infarction using magnetic resonance imaging.
Lesions causing different types of lacunar syndromes had significantly different volumes, suggesting that the size of the lesion may influence clinical features. Expand
[Treatment of Parkinson tremor by chronic stimulation of the ventral intermediate nucleus of the thalamus].
- A. Benabid, P. Pollak, M. Hommel, J. Gaio, J. de Roúgemont, J. Perret
- Psychology, Medicine
- Revue neurologique
A high frequency chronic Vim stimulation was performed in 4 parkinsonian patients, 2 of them having previously undergone a thalamotomy on the other side, and preliminary results are encouraging. Expand
Encephalopathy, deafness and blindness in young women: a distinct retinocochleocerebral arteriolopathy?
- J. Bogousslavsky, J. Gaio, +5 authors P. Pollak
- Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
- 1 January 1989
Three young women (aged 18 years, 19 years and 19 years) who developed progressive neuropsychic and neurologic disturbances with hearing loss and multifocal retinal artery branch occlusions are reported, probably corresponds to an arteriolopathy of unknown nature. Expand
[Chronic spinal amyotrophy involving the upper limbs in young adults (O'Sullivan and McLeod syndrome). MRI study of the cervical spinal cord].
Advantages of a topographic classification of the distal form of chronic spinal muscular atrophy are discussed and neurogenic anomalies in all wasted muscles, denervation potentials being also present in the proximal muscles of the upper limbs and distal muscle of the lower limbs are shown. Expand
[Parkinson's disease and parkinsonian syndromes].
The parkinsonian syndrome rests on the clinical tripod: akinesia, rigidity, tremor, which needs to be confirmed in pathological terms by the loss of neurons and the presence of Lewy's bodies in the substantia nigra to be envisaged with a minimum of errors. Expand
[Acute study of the association of bromocriptine and domperidone in parkinsonism (author's transl)].
[Alzheimer's disease and Parkinson's disease: neuropsychological differentiation].
The neuropsychological perturbed PD subgroup was older, had a longer duration of disease, a higher depression's score, less tremor and a worse equilibrium, which might reflect a Neuropsychological defect heterogeneity among PD patients, related to various pathophysiological hypothesis. Expand