M Boatta

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The prognosis of "benign" intracranial hypertension (Pseudotumor cerebri) is generally favorable. In fact, the resolution of the clinical picture is related to the disappearance of the increased intracranial pressure. However, sometimes an irreversible visual loss can occur. The authors studied, over a period of time, seven subjects suffering from(More)
The authors have examined some electrophysiologic data in two couples of siblings with Wolfram's syndrome and in the unaffected sister of one of the couples. The results confirment the involvement of some neurologic structures and show up how the Evocated Potentials can disclose a damage in the a.m. structures even lacking clinical features.
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