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Supranuclear paralysis preventing lid closure in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
- N. Sunohara, M. Mukoyama, H. Funamoto, N. Kamei, H. Tomi, E. Satoyoshi
- Japanese journal of medicine
- 1 July 1989
A electrophysiological study of the blink reflex revealed a prominent R1 component with normal latency, which confirmed that the blinking reflex was exactly preserved and also suggested a hemispherical lesion. Expand
Distal myopathy with rimmed vacuole formation. A follow-up study.
The disorder is distinguishable from various types of distal myopathy on the basis of clinical and pathological findings, and other myopathies with rimmed vacuole formation, including inclusion body myositis, from a prognostic viewpoint. Expand
[An autopsy case of multiple sclerosis with bilateral continuous cystic lesions along lateral ventricles and caudate-callosal angles (Wetterwinkel)].
Although this case is considered to have typical MS from clinical and pathological findings, there have been only a few reports of MS with such continuous cystic lesions in the cerebral hemispheres as seen in this case. Expand
[Type 1 fiber hypertrophy in the spastic muscle--clinical and experimental studies].
Multiple sclerosis with bilateral continuous cystic lesions along lateral ventricles and caudate-callosal angles (Wetterwinkel).
The pathophysiological mechanisms underlying these peculiar huge cystic lesions can be explained by the appearance of necrotic tissue during the recurrent relapsing stages of the disease, and then, by the absorption and scavenging of activated microglias. Expand
An Infantile Case of Acute Spontaneous Chylous Peritonitis Caused by Acute Abdomen
[Adrenal cortex steroid-responsive myasthenic neuromyopathy].
A case of neonatal gastric rupture undergoing PMX-DHP
[2 cases of atypical periodic paralysis].