Stephanie DiMauro

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We have described 4 patients with progressive lower and upper motor neuron deficits, marked sensory loss in the legs, 'neurogenic bladder', and, in 2 of the 4, dementia. Autopsy of two revealed a profusion of microscopic bodies resembling corpora amylacea or Lafora bodies, but restricted to processes of neurons and astrocytes. Similar (but especially large)(More)
Like so many complex and incurable neurological disorders, the disease first described in this journal in 1951 by (Archibald) Denis Leigh (1915–1998; figure 1) as ‘Subacute Necrotising Encephalomyelopathy’ (SNE) remained for many years a rare and intriguing enigma, of interest mainly to paediatric neurologists and neuropathologists. The more recent history(More)
The authors present the results of a longitudinal study of the neurobehavioral disturbances seen in K.S., a 22-year-old female patient with a mitochondrial cytopathy (MELAS) caused by the novel mutation C8293T. K.S. became ill in 1994 at the age of 16. She was referred for diagnosis to several different clinics. Four years after onset, the clinical(More)
Like so many complex and incurable neurological disorders, the disease first described in this journal in 1951 by (Archibald) Denis Leigh (1915–1998; figure 1) as ‘Subacute Necrotising Encephalomyelopathy’ (SNE) remained for many years a rare and intriguing enigma, of interest mainly to paediatric neurologists and neuropathologists. The more recent history(More)
Sigfrid Karg-Elert (1877-1933) is one of the few composers of the early twentieth century whose style moves fluently between tonality and atonality. His most noteworthy and voluminous body of work was for the harmonium and the organ; however, he also wrote a number of wind compositions. Among these are eight works using the flute in a primary role, almost(More)
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