Tubular aggregate myopathy (TAM) is a rare form of myopathy with an autosomal dominant or recessive pattern. Four rare cases of TAM are described. All patients presented with muscle aches and pains, sometimes cramps. Muscle biopsies were snap frozen and processed for routine, special, enzyme, and immunohistochemistry. Tissue was also processed for electron… (More)
Of 30 consecutive children with hydrocephalus treated by shunt implant, six developed subdural haematoma. Four of them presented with a malfunctioning shunt, and the diagnoses in all six cases were made by CT scan.