Rob HJM Gooskens

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Eighteen cases of a chronic progressive motor and sensory neuropathy of neuronal type with early onset are described. Based on the presented data and literature reports a condition is distinguished, which is in clinical, genetic and morphological aspects different from autosomal dominant HMSN type II. The condition corresponds to that described by Ouvrier(More)
A child suffered a sixth and seventh cranial nerve palsy due to intracerebral insertion of a stylet. The stylet was introduced through the anterior fontanel, most probably in an attempt at infanticide. The migration of the stylet through the brain was monitored because the child was first examined 6 years earlier. At operation the cranial part of the stylet(More)
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