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We describe 4 patients with acute disseminated encephalomyelitis (ADEM) who were treated with intravenous immunoglobulins (IVIg) after getting no immediate response from a 3-5 day course of high dose intravenous methylprednisolone. All had clinical features to suggest poor prognosis and MRI findings to indicate extensive white matter changes in the brain.(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the clinical correlates of lesions seen predominantly in the substantia nigra in some patients with Japanese encephalitis (JE). BACKGROUND JE typically involves thalamus, brainstem, spinal cord, and cerebral cortex. Rarely, basal ganglia and cerebellum may be affected. Lesions are often widespread and discrete. Predominant involvement(More)
We describe electroclinical and imaging features of a peculiar type of parainfectious myelitis that selectively involves the conus/epiconus region of the spinal cord. Twelve patients of parainfectious myelitis with MRI evidence of inflammatory lesions in the conus/epiconus region of the spinal cord were studied. All patients underwent full clinical and(More)
Cognitive radio is the upcoming and promising technology that solves the issue of spectrum allocation by allocating the required space to both primary and secondary users accordingly, without any interference by understanding the environment of the spectrum. In present scenario there is more demand for usage of wireless technology and also for spectrum(More)
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