The authors report the case of a 29 years old male patient presenting classical Guillain-Barré syndrome following head trauma. Only one other similar case is described in the literature. Head trauma as a precipitating event of the disease is discussed.
Techniques of microsurgical revascularization are reviewed. A series of 5 cases, submitted to 6 anastomosis of the superficial temporal artery is presented.
Essential blepharospasm can be approached by several types of treatment: clinical in which the most important is the botulinum toxin with advantages and limitations; and some options of surgical treatment. The surgical technique described by Gillum and Anderson offers an alternative to patients resistant to the clinical treatment or with secondary… (More)