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Central pontine myelinolysis
Two cases of central pontine myelinolysis supported the hypothesis that this condition is related to nutritional deficiency, and to continue to focus attention on this unusual disorder, are published.
Recurrent acute necrotizing hemorrhagic encephalopathy
The pathological findings revealed that the disease had occurred in bouts and suggested that this illness may have a polyphasic rather than a monophasic course, if the patient survives.
Growth and hatching of taeniid eggs.
The present study attempted to determine whether or not the eggs of Hydatigera pursue a regular course of development to maturity within the proglottid and its hatchability in artificial media.
The glioma-polyposis syndrome.
FAMILIAL polyposis of the colon may be associated with osteomas, fibromas and sebaceous cysts in the Gardner syndrome,1 with endocrine adenomatosis2 and with brain tumors.3 The association with bra...
Spino-pontine degeneration.
Estrogenic Therapy in Men With Ischemic Cerebrovascular Disease: Effect on Recurrent Cerebral Infarction and Survival Final Report Of The Veterans Administration Cooperative Study Of Atherosclerosis,
This study failed to demonstrate any beneficial effect in men with cerebral infarction from estrogens given in moderate amounts for as long as five years, and there was, on the other hand, no evidence to support current reports that prolonged estrogen use in these dosages produced an increased mortality from thromboembolism.
Posthypoxic jugular venous hyperoxia
A quantitative evaluation of the duration and degree of the cerebral venous hyperoxia phase, particularly with 100% oxygen inhalation, provides a measure of the degree of abnormality in the relation between brain metabolism and cerebral perfusion.
Dominant spinopontine atrophy.
The description of Pogacar et al suggests cerebellar and olivary lesions considerably less prominent than those found in classical OPCA, in which DSPA is not clearly distinguishable from olivopontocerebellar atrophy (OPCA).