Steve Holve

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We report a new disorder with diverse neurological problems resulting from abnormal brainstem function. Consistent features of this disorder, which we propose should be called the Atabascan brainstem dysgenesis syndrome, include horizontal gaze palsy, sensorineural deafness, central hypoventilation, and developmental delay. Other features seen in some(More)
Navajo neuropathy is a unique sensorimotor neuropathy which is geographically restricted to Navajo children living on the Navajo Reservation. Affected patients present with weakness, loss of sensation in extremities, corneal ulcerations, and a high incidence of childhood infections. Metabolic complications, such as severe liver disease, may further(More)
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