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A neuroradiological study of crossed cerebellar atrophy (CCA) was performed using X-ray CT in 103 patients suffering from unilateral supratentorial cerebrovascular diseases. CCA was demonstrated in 9 (8.7%) of 103 patients. No difference between the occurrence of CCA in cerebral hemorrhage and that in cerebral infarction was found. CCA was seen in the(More)
Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are a widely prescribed group of drugs, known to be responsible for many cases of gastroduodenal ulcers by inhibiting cyclo-oxy-genase (1). The incidence of side effects while taking NSAID therapy is high, and has been reported to approach 70% in patients receiving long-term therapy. The most frequent(More)
A 10-day-old, Japanese Black, female calf had shown astasia since just after birth. Focal symmetrical periventricular malacic lesions of the cerebrum and suppurative arthritis of the left hip joint were observed in macroscopic examination. Histologically, the cerebral lesions were confirmed as periventricular leukomalacia (PVL). The location and(More)
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