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Seventy-one cases of distal and segmental muscular atrophy of the upper extremities with juvenile onset were studied. The clinical features consisted of: juvenile onset, male preponderance, unique distribution of the muscular atrophy in the hand and forearm, tendon reflexes hypoactive in most cases but hyperactive in some, no definite sensory disturbances,(More)
We did a clinico-MRI study concerning extrapyramidal symptoms and T2-weighted MRI findings of the putamen in twenty patients with multiple system atrophy (MSA) as well as twenty-five with idiopathic Parkinson's disease. Nine out of twenty MSA patients showed extrapyramidal symptoms. And we could not observe cerebellar ataxia in two of these patients because(More)