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Early use of low dose tocilizumab in patients with COVID-19: A retrospective cohort study with a complete follow-up
Tocilizumab significantly improved survival compared to standard care and could be helpful to prevent excessive hyper-inflammation and death in COVID-19 related pneumonia. Expand
Lower cranial nerve palsy produced by internal carotid artery dilatation. Report of two cases
- G. Anzola, G. Gualandi, A. Orlandini, V. Scipione
- The Italian Journal of Neurological Sciences
- 1 August 1987
The association between lower cranial nerve disturbances and internal carotid artery abnormalities is probably more common than was thought and the pathogenesis of the damage to the cranial nerves may differ from one case to the next. Expand
Isolated accessory nerve palsy of unusual cause
Neuroradiological investigations showed that the causative pathology was a giant saccular aneurism of the intracranial left vertebral artery, which led to complete recovery except for the accessory nerve palsy which remained unchanged. Expand
Pituitary microprolactinoma, bromocriptine, and pregnancy: Follow-up of 74 cases
[Computerized tomography and magnetic resonance assessment of multiple bilateral neurinomas of the cervical plexus and the phrenic nerve].
[Traumatic lesions of the brachial plexus. Evaluation of 144 cases studied using direct cervical myelography and non-ionic contrast media].
DCM proved to be an extremely and specific method, which can be used as a first-choice radiological procedure in the study of traumatic injuries of the brachial plexus, and in 9 cases only, myelography was not sufficient to provide a complete diagnosis. Expand
Stereotactic Approach in Brain Tumors
The stereotactic approach to intracranial expansive lesions is to be considered complementary to the traditional “free hand” surgery and helps in making decision for a more adequate further treatment. Expand