R W Fincham

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Unusual findings at autopsy prompted this case report of a patient with the syndrome of alexia without agraphia. The expected disconnection of the left angular gyrus from both visual cortices was not found at postmortem examination. Multiple cerebral metastases were identified, but none were present in the presumed pathways connecting the left occipital(More)
Two cases of von Recklinghausen neurofibromatosis with a hitherto unreported association of ventriculomegaly and a Chiari type I malformation are described. Both cases had skeletal abnormalities at the cervicomedullary junction, contributing to neurological symptoms in 1. The literature on nontumor-related ventriculomegaly in neurofibromatosis is reviewed.(More)
Serum anticonvulsant determinations made possible the identification of an unusual cause of status epilepticus and assisted with appropriate therapy in an epileptic patient with second-degree burns. The seizures were associated with a serum phenytoin concentration of 3.5 mug per milliliter. This suboptimal concentration of drug developed despite(More)
Difficulty in correlating EEG abnormalities with clinical seizures is emphasized in this case report of an epileptic patient with electrical status epilepticus and normal behavior. In addition, the usefulness of dichotic listening tests in the identification of subtle perceptive and expressive impairments is illustrated in this same patient at a time of(More)
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