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We report a case of multiple sclerosis in which CT showed multiple ring-like enhancement and butterfly-like distribution of a low density area with marginal enhancement. The latter finding is found in other demyelinating disorders but is less common in tumors or abscesses. Therefore, it seems to have some diagnostic value in multiple sclerosis.
INTRODUCTION Nicotinic acetylcholine receptors (nAChRs) are of great interest because they are implicated in higher brain functions. Nuclear medical imaging is one of the useful techniques for noninvasive evaluation of physiological and pathological function in living subjects. Recent progress in nuclear medical imaging modalities enables the clear… (More)
Twelve patients with typical absence seizures, aged five years two months to 10 years, were examined to clarify the circadian rhythm of 3 c/s spike-and-wave paroxysms (s-w paroxysms), by means of video-electroencephalography with telemetry. S-w paroxysms combined with clinical symptoms and continuing for more than four seconds were fewer during the… (More)
We studied the histochemical staining and biochemical activity of AMP deaminase in biopsied muscle in Becker-type muscular dystrophy (BMD), Fukuyama-type congenital muscular dystrophy (FCMD), Duchenne-type muscular dystrophy (DMD), Werdnig-Hoffmann disease (WH) in order to elucidate the change of AMP deaminase activity in muscle with neuromuscular disorders… (More)
A child with acute myeloblastic leukemia and severe central nervous system complications during remission showed diffuse cerebral high density areas in a CT examination. These areas disappeared completely over the following few months. The possible causes for this phenomenon are discussed.