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Encephalopathia Myoclonica Infantilis (Kinsbourne) and Neuroblastoma in Children. A Report of Three Cases
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The authors feel that a neuroblastoma may be the causative factor in both diseases, since there is evidence that neuroblastomata spontaneously regress or mature into neural crest cells in early infancy. Expand
COURSE AND SYMPTOMS OF PROGRESSIVE INFANTILE MUSCULAR ATROPHY: A Follow-Up Study of One Hundred and Twelve Cases in Denmark
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About 200 cases of infantile muscular atrophy, a hereditary familial degeneration of the motor cells in the anterior horns of the spinal cord causing progressive atrophy and paralysis of the skeletal muscles, have been reported. Expand
APHASIA AND EPILEPSY IN CHILDHOOD
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It is suggested that the newly established language function in children particularly is vulnerable to a subchronic viral encephalitis affecting both hemispheres affecting both sides of the brain. Expand
[Prevention of cerebral palsy by Vojta's method].
PREVENTION OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN MOTOR RISK INFANTS BY TREATMENT AD MODUM VOJTA: A Controlled Study
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There is a tendency for ‘uncomplicated’ cerebral palsy cases to accumulate in the control group, although the difference was non‐significant on a 5% level, and further con‐trolled studies must be completed before it is possible to accept the prophylactive treatment of cerebral palsies recommended by Vojta. Expand
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