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The cause of ischemic stroke in younger adults is undefined in as many as 35 percent of patients. We studied the prevalence of patent foramen ovale as detected by contrast echocardiography in a… (More)
A 53 year-old woman presented with 6 episodes of recurrent cranial nerve palsies over seven years, each episode lasting several weeks. She had three episodes of diplopia, one of difficulty with… (More)
Dolichoectatic intracranial arteries (DIA) have been given several names, e.g. fusiform aneurysms, dolichomega-arteries. It is not an uncommon condition and it raises interesting points: 1) symptoms… (More)
A case of acquired ocular motor apraxia in a 78-year-old man is reported. Disordered saccades and pursuit movements in the horizontal and vertical planes were recorded electro-oculographically.… (More)
A 29 year old male presented with epileptic fits, progressive left sided focal seizures and epilepsia partialis continua, increasing left hemiparesis and mental slowing. Death occurred 2 years after… (More)
A 66 years old woman presented with occipital blindness during the course of a giant-cell arteritis. A favorable course obtained under treatment with corticoïds.
Lurcher mutant mice, characterized by degeneration of the olivocerebellar system, and dystonia musculorum (dt) mutant mice, characterized by degeneration of spinocerebellar fibers, were treated with… (More)
In 2 cases of dissecting aneurysm of the internal carotid artery the only clinical sign was a Claude Bernard-Horner's syndrome, with pain in the neck and face.
We compared the prevalence of patent foramen ovale (PFO), detected by two-dimensional contrast echocardiography, in a group of 60 adults aged under 55 who had experienced a cerebral ischaemic… (More)