OBJECTIVE To determine the relationship of language lateralization and hand preference to praxis performance following left and right hemispheric amobarbital-induced inactivations. BACKGROUND Patients who are aphasic from left cerebral dysfunction also frequently exhibit ideomotor apraxia in which they make temporal, spatial, and postural errors of… (More)
Tortuous arteries are common clinical observation. Although mild tortuosity is asymptomatic, severe tortuosity can lead to ischemic attack in several organs. With advances in imaging technology, an increasing number of tortuous vessels have been detected. The purpose of this report is to describe a case of acute cerebral infarction due to tortuous… (More)
There were few cases of thrombocytopenia associated with levodopa. Herein, we report a patient with Parkinson's disease, who suffered thrombocytopenia related to long-term use of levodopa.