Occipital condyle fractures (OCFs) with selective involvement of the hypoglossal canal are rare. OCFs usually occur after major trauma and combine multiple fractures. We describe a 38-year-old man who presented with neck pain and a tongue deviation to the right side after a traffic accident. Severe limitations were detected during active and passive range… (More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the question of whether serum leptin levels might be associated with post-stroke depression. METHODS We studied 130 patients who experienced a first episode of stroke of more than three months' duration, without any previous history of depression or speech disorders. Data were collected regarding the patient demographics,… (More)
In this article, on page 204, the title has been spelled incorrectly: " MEALS " should have appeared as " MELAS ". The title should be corrected as the following: from " A Case of Myopathy, Encephalopathy, Lactic Acidosis and Stroke-like Epicodes (MEALS) Syndrome with Intracardiac Thrombus " to " A Case of Myopathy, Encephalopathy, Lactic Acidosis and… (More)
Cogan's syndrome is a rare systemic inflammatory disease and can be diagnosed on the basis of typical inner ear and ocular involvement with the presence of large vessel vasculitis. We report a case of Cogan's syndrome with stable angina resulting from coronary ostial stenosis caused by aortitis.