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Successfully inducing differentiation in ectodermal diseases, retinoids harbour considerable therapeutic potential in the treatment of neuroectodermal-neuroepithelial malignancies. The principal tissue retinoid, retinoic acid, can be potently upregulated in vivo by a relatively specific catabolic inhibitor, R75251 (liarozole). Both substances have been(More)
Cranial Computed Tomography (CCT) findings in 123 patients suffering from Parkinson's syndrome were compared with a sex- and age-matched normal control group. Signs of supratentorial atrophy--cortical and subcortical--were more significantly marked in the Parkinson group. In both groups, signs of atrophy were more prevalent in men than in women.(More)
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