O E Mendez-Martinez

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Choroid plexus xanthogranulomas are uncommon lesions that occur almost exclusively in adults; most of them constitute incidental autopsy findings. A case of symptomatic bilateral xanthogranulomas of choroid plexus in a 6 year-old girl with progressive visual loss is reported. Theories on the pathogenesis of this entity are reviewed.
The authors report two cases of Creutzfeldt Jakob disease in a 48 year old woman and a 60 year old man. This demential disorder is induced by a non conventional virus and its characterized from a clinical point of view by progressive dementia, myoclonus and seizures, it follows a subacute course with progressive deteriorization that invariably leads to(More)
Sudanophilic cavitating leukodystrophy is an unusual disorder of the cerebral white matter, clinically characterized by deafness, mental retardation, behavioural alterations and lesions of the descending long tracts. Neuropathological features include: extensive subcortical and deep central demyelination, conspicuous astrocytosis and macro and micro(More)
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