R E Machado

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The Déjérine-Roussy syndrome was not revised for several years by neurologists, although it has been known since 1906. The authors describe a typical case involving thalamic ischemic and calcarine other side cortex lesions emphasizing its study by computed axial tomography and by using new drugs on a vasodilatation, inhibition of platelet aggregation and(More)
A case of atlanto-axial subluxation in a 17 year old boy with rheumatic disease is reported. The subluxation could not be reduced by cervical traction. Posterior fixation with acrilic and wire was unable to prevent the appearance of signs of spinal cord compression. The odontoid process was removed through a transoral approach leading to neurologic(More)
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