A three-year collaborative study was done on 96 patients presenting with signs of neurological dysfunction suggestive of multiple sclerosis. All were tested using Visual Evoked Potentials, with the final diagnosis not known to the tester. Patients with bilateral Visual Evoked Potential P1 wave conduction delays were more likely to have a subsequent… (More)
The case of a patient with granulomatous angiitis of the central nervous system is presented. This patient displayed the distinctly unusual feature of intracranial aneurysms. The possible etiology of granulomatous angiitis as well as its histopathologic, pathophysiologic, and angiographic features are discussed.