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We report a patient in whom the characteristic electroencephalographic features of baclofen intoxication are highlighted and emphasize the role of electrographic abnormalities in the diagnosis of this condition.
Eight-and-a-half syndrome is a clinical entity comprised of one-and-a-half syndrome with ipsilateral facial palsy. We report a case who presented with this constellation of findings with diffusion weighted images (DWI) and apparent diffusion coefficient (ADC) changes corresponding to the anatomical correlate in the dorsal pontine tegmentum.
Rabies encephalitis is a uniformly fatal disease with several hypothesis proposed to explain pathogenesis and mortality. One such theory premises deficiency of neuronal nitric oxide synthetase deficiency causing selective cerebral vasospasm. We present transcranial Doppler findings in a case of rabies that did not show imaging evidence of vasospasm.… (More)
This paper discusses the diagnosis and treatment of narcolepsy.
Polysomnography in a 75-year-old man with insomnia and poor sleep revealed mild snoring and no sleep apnea (figure). Intermittent arrhythmic and asynchronous myoclonic movements were recorded on EMG leads during non-REM as well as REM phases of sleep without associated abnormal behavior. Fragmentary hypnic myoclonus (FHM) is a physiologic motor phenomenon… (More)