Masahiro Ebitani

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A 41-year-old man with multiple sclerosis (MS) complained of nocturnal enuresis at the third exacerbation. Neurological examination revealed echopraxia, forced grasp reflexes and palmo-mental reflexes. The urodynamic studies showed neither spinal cord nor peripheral nerve involvements. His brain magnetic resonance images (MRIs) revealed new lesions at the(More)
A 22-year-old man with a previous uveitis episode was admitted to our hospital because of persistent hiccup. On admission, he presented right-upper quadrantanopia, mydriasis and lack of the light reflex in the left eye, left-sided hemiplegia, and bilateral pathologic hyperreflexia. The MR fluid attenuated inversion recovery images showed left side dominant,(More)
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