Philip George Glass

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BACKGROUND Previous studies have described the association between dopamine replacement therapy in Parkinson's disease and impulse control disorders. METHODS A case-control study was performed to establish the prevalence of four of these behaviors in Brazilian patients with Parkinson's disease on stable dopamine replacement therapy and the possible(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate in detail the clinical features in a large series of pathologically confirmed cases of vascular Parkinsonism (VP). BACKGROUND In the absence of widely accepted diagnostic criteria for VP pathological confirmation of diagnosis is necessary to ensure diagnostic reliability, and has only been reported in a few small series. (More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the case notes of 127 patients with chorea admitted to the National Hospital at Queen Square, London, under the care of William Richard Gowers and review his contribution to the study of choreas. METHODS We consulted the case books available at the Queen Square Library, from 1878 to 1911, comprising 42 volumes. RESULTS 97 patients(More)
Pathology of the rhinencephalon has been a subject of interest in the fields of neurodegenerative diseases, trauma, epilepsy and other neurological conditions. Most of what is known about the human rhinencephalon comes from comparative anatomy studies in other mammals and histological studies in primates. Functional imaging studies can provide new and(More)
The interest of the medical community in the rhinencephalon has grown exponentially in the past decades. Much of this popularity stems from the finding of severe hyposmia both in Parkinson’s disease1 and Alzheimer’s disease2, two of the most prevalent neurodegenerative conditions, as well as in schizophrenia3 and many other neurological and psychiatric(More)
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