- Full text PDF available (3)
- This year (0)
- Last 5 years (0)
- Last 10 years (1)
Journals and Conferences
Four kindreds of east Arnhem Land Australian aboriginal people from Groote Eylandt and adjacent communities display symptoms of a similar spinocerebellar degeneration (multiple-system degenerative disease). The familial pattern indicates an autosomal dominant inheritance, though with varying penetrance in different families. This condition is clinically and… (More)
Biodegradable plates and screws are recommended for use in surgery of the craniofacial skeleton of children. To be effective and not interfere with growth of the child's skull, the plates must biodegrade sufficiently to release the holding power of the plate and screw within 1 year. It is also essential that excessive foreign body reaction and cyst… (More)
Pancreatic masses are uncommon lesions in the newborn infant. The authors present the first reported case of neonatal pancreatic hamartoma and describe its interesting clinical, histologic, and radiographic aspects.
Cognitive function was examined in 6 patients with genetically confirmed Machado-Joseph disease (MJD) and 15 age- and ethnically matched controls using a series of subtests from the Cambridge Neuropsychological Test Automated Battery (CANTAB), a touch screen-based testing system previously validated in a number of movement and neurodegenerative disorders.… (More)
A dominant ataxia among four families of the Arnhem Land Aboriginal people of Northern Australia has many clinical features in common with Machado-Joseph disease. Neuropathology on one case showed multiple system involvement, with sparing of the inferior olives and cerebellar cortex, consistent with Machado-Joseph disease. Portuguese ancestry is possible,… (More)
Plasma penicillin levels were studied 2, 3, and 4 weeks after intramuscular benzathine penicillin G (BPG) doses of 1,200,000, 1,800,000, and 2,400,000 U. Proportions of patients with penicillin levels above 25 ng/ml at each week increased with increasing BPG dose. Further studies of higher-dose BPG for rheumatic fever prophylaxis are required.
Spermatozoa do not achieve full maturation and fertilizing capacity until passage through the epididymis. During this time they also gain motility, although spermatozoa do not move until after ejaculation. The organic fraction of human seminal plasma contains phosphate esters, particularly glycerylphosphorylcholine (GPC), phosphorylcholine (PCh), and… (More)
Although synovial cysts are most commonly associated with rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis, they may occur in many other conditions. The clinical manifestations of these cysts are numerous and may result from pressure, dissection or acute rupture. Vascular phenomena occur when popliteal cysts compress vessels, and result in venous stasis with… (More)
Dorsal root entry zone (DREZ) lesions are effective in treating specific pain syndromes, most notably post-brachial plexus avulsion. There is limited experience, however, with lesions in the conus medullaris. We review the case of a patient having pelvic pain and urinary retention who failed to improve despite multiple prior interventions. Her pain was… (More)
CSF motion from transmitted vascular pulsations can result in focal areas of CSF hypointensity on MR images because of signal mismapping from phase shift. When this CSF flow void occurs adjacent to the basilar artery in the prepontine cistern, it may be mistaken for a basilar artery aneurysm on proton-density and T2-weighted spin-echo images. Head MR scans… (More)