Nicole Falcone

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A 62-year-old woman, after a resection and ileostomy for multiple perforations of the terminal ileum and prolonged postoperative parenteral nutrition, developed thiamine deficiency with clinical and magnetic resonance imaging features of Wernicke's disease. Later on the patient developed central pontine myelinolysis. For this condition, a pathogenetic role(More)
56 cases of lacunar stroke were reviewed retrospectively. The patients showed a clinic picture which could be classified within nine of the lacunar syndromes recognized by Fisher. The localization of the lacunes was considered with respect to the clinical symptoms and the characteristics of the EEG and the TC and their different correlations were examined.(More)
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