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Cranial pachymeningitis of unknown origin
We report seven patients with cranial pachymeningitis of unknown origin in whom the main clinical features were headaches, ataxia, and cranial nerve palsies. CSF showed inflammatory changes. CT andExpand
Infarction in the territory of the anterior choroidal artery. A clinical and computerized tomographic study of 16 cases.
Sixteen cases of the anterior choroidal artery syndrome are reported. In its completed form, this rare syndrome combines the triad of hemiplegia, hemianaesthesia, and homonymous hemianopia. CTExpand
[Frontal syndrome of progressive supranuclear palsy].
Neuropsychological findings in 10 clinical cases of progressive supranuclear palsy are presented. Patients were aged 52 to 80 and the duration of their illness was 1 to 5 years. Severe psychologicalExpand
[Anterior choroidal artery syndrome. Neuropsychological study of 4 cases].
A neuropsychological study was carried out in 4 cases of infarction in the territory of the anterior choroïdal artery. In 3 cases the lesions were on the right side. A syndrome of the minorExpand
[Schistosomiasis of the spinal cord. Contribution of magnetic resonance imaging].
The authors report a case of spinal cord schistosomiasis presenting as myelitis, with rapidly developing deficit, signs of severe cerebrospinal fluid inflammation, normal myelography and computerizedExpand
Calmodulin Antagonist W‐7 Inhibits Lysosomal Sphingomyelinase Activity in C6 Glioma Cells
Abstract: N‐(6‐Aminohexyl)‐5‐chloro‐1‐naphthalenesulfonamide (W‐7) is known to be a potent calmodulin antagonist and inhibitor of calmodulin‐dependent protein kinases. W‐7 andExpand
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