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The case of a 42 year old man with headache, blurred vision, and diplopia allowed the description of a particular form of cerebral lacunae-that is, expanding lacunae. Brain MRI showed hydrocephalus and multiple lesions in the thalamomesencephalic region. The radiological features of these lesions were similar to the histological brain coronal section of a(More)
In the chronic pontine cat, in which the olfactory bulbs are isolated from the brain stem, the Ottoson and/or Adrian-induced waves are suppressed during paradoxical sleep. This phenomenon cannot be explained by a central centrifugal control. The suppression of olfactory electrical activity was found to correlate with vasodilatation of the nasal mucosa. It(More)
Dear Sir, Primary and secondary progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) results in an increasing neurologic deficit. In the context of steady progression of neurologic disability, cerebral and spinal cord MRI usually allow the diagnosis when they show evidence of dissemination in space [1]. Recently, Schmalstieg et al. [2] described 7 patients with progressive(More)
A 42-year-old man was affected with multiple cerebral lesions suggesting expanding lacunae. He had suffered for about 15 years of headaches and blurred vision. Neurological examination showed a Parinaud syndrome and a skew deviation. Magnetic resonance imaging showed an enlargement of the third and lateral ventricles and multiple intraparenchymatous lesions(More)
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