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Treatment of complex I deficiency with riboflavin
- P. Bernsen, F. Gabrëels, W. Ruitenbeek, H. Hamburger
- Journal of the Neurological Sciences
- 1 September 1993
We have evaluated the effects of treatment with riboflavin in five patients with a mitochondrial myopathy, associated with a complex I (NADH dehydrogenase) deficiency. Two patients suffered from a… Expand
Bilateral neuralgic amyotrophy induced by interferon treatment.
- P. Bernsen, R. E. Wong Chung, H. Vingerhoets, J. T. Janssen
- Archives of neurology
- 1 April 1988
Neurologic side effects of interferon therapy usually consist of diffuse involvement of the central and peripheral nervous systems. We describe a patient with hairy cell leukemia who developed… Expand
Successful treatment of pure myopathy, associated with complex I deficiency, with riboflavin and carnitine.
- P. Bernsen, F. J. Gabreëls, W. Ruitenbeek, R. C. Sengers, A. Stadhouders, W. Renier
- Archives of neurology
- 1 March 1991
We describe a 6-year-old boy who presented with progressive muscle weakness. Additional investigations revealed the existence of a myopathy and a pure motor neuropathy. Biochemical studies in muscle… Expand
Peripheral facial nerve paralysis after local upper dental anaesthesia.
- P. Bernsen
- European neurology
- 1 July 1993
A 50-year-old female patient developed a facial nerve paralysis after a local upper dental block. This complication is known to occur after an inferior dental block but has only sporadically been… Expand
NEURALGIC AMYOTROPHY AND POLYRADICULOPATHY DURING INTERFERON THERAPY
Spinal epidural hematoma visualized by magnetic resonance imaging
Two weeks before admission this 45-year-old male suddenly experienced an excruciating low back pain radiating down the back of both legs into the calves. The pain remained, but with fluctuating… Expand
BOLD MRI response to hypercapnic hyperoxia in patients with meningiomas: correlation with Gadolinium-DTPA uptake rate.
- M. Rijpkema, J. Schuuring, +4 authors A. Heerschap
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Magnetic resonance imaging
- 1 July 2004
Because meningiomas tend to recur after (partial) surgical resection, radiotherapy is increasingly being applied for the treatment of these tumors. Radiation dose levels are limited, however, to… Expand
Phenotypic expression in mucopolysaccharidosis VII.
- P. Bernsen, R. Wevers, F. J. Gabreëls, K. J. Lamers, A. Sonnen, J. H. Stekhoven
- Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and…
- 1 June 1987
beta-glucuronidase deficiency is an extremely rare disorder which is known to have a considerable phenotypic variation. A survey of the clinical findings in 19 previously reported patients with… Expand
Effect of Breathing a Hyperoxic Hypercapnic Gas Mixture on the Oxygenation of Meningiomas; Preliminary Results
For meningiomas in which complete resection is impossible stereotactic radiosurgery and radiotherapy are increasingly important therapeutical options. The radiosensitivity of meningiomas may be… Expand
[Chorea mollis, a rare variant of chorea minor].
A 15-year-old boy was admitted at age 10 because of muscle weakness, choreatic involuntary movements, and a profound hypotonia. He was diagnosed as having chorea mollis, a rare variant of Sydenham's… Expand