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Clinical and neurophysiological examinations were performed on seven patients with hereditary spastic paraplegia and on eight patients with primary lateral sclerosis. The results were compared with(More)
An apparently innocuous complaint such as a numb chin may be associated with malignant disease, either as heralding symptom or as a manifestation of metastasis. A series of 15 patients with numbness(More)
Four patients with aphasia due to small circumscribed thalamic lesions are presented. A review of the literature on thalamic aphasia revealed 16 similar cases. While the general consensus that only(More)