P Pratap Chand

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A 60-year-old man presented with slowly progressive left hemi-Parkinsonism, left hand apraxia, myoclonus, dystonia, visuospatial disturbances, and alien limb phenomenon, resembling corticobasal syndrome. Eight years later, neuropathology revealed features of Alzheimer's disease, with asymmetrical (right more than left) cortical tau burden with image(More)
We report a case of Poland's syndrome with associated primary generalized tonic-clonic epilepsy. Somatosensory evoked potentials at median nerve stimulation showed delayed latencies and reduced amplitudes of the evoked response from the hypoplastic right upper limb. Nerve conduction studies showed reduced mixed nerve conduction velocity in the right ulnar(More)
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