Sa Brandt

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The syndrome of progressive aphasia and epilepsy in childhood is delineated. Four cases are presented, three of which show the typical gradual onset, fluctuating course and EEG changes with bilateral foci of spike and spike-wave activity, and, finally, normalization after some years of the EEG. Also the aphasia tends to subside, but often with considerable(More)
  • S Brandt
  • 1976
Three case histories are presented which are characterized by progressive, severe symptoms of mental and epileptic nature with EEG abnormalities of increasing severity culminating in "hypsarhythmia". The seizures were resistant to any treatment over a period of several months. Apparently spontaneous cures followed, and the patients remained healthy during(More)
  • Abe, Nakamura H, +28 authors Alexeeva N
  • 2011
Decreased neural damage after spinal cord injury in tPA-deficient mice. volleys and compound muscle action potentials produced by repetitive transcranial stimulation during spinal surgery. monitoring of spinal cord function during instrumented anterior cervical fusion. detection of iatrogenic C-5 nerve deficit during anterior cervical spinal surgery. a.(More)
Two children are reported, who became diseased at the age of 4 and 2 years, respectively, with progressive upper motor neuron symptoms leading to severe disability within a few years. The boy died at age 10 and autopsy disclosed a severe gangliolipidosis throughout the central nervous system, maximal in the brain stem and cerebrellum, corresponding with his(More)