W McInnis

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Chronic progressive myelopathy (CPM) is a difficult clinical problem. Many patients who present with CPM turn out to have a spinal form of multiple sclerosis (MS), but until there is clear lesion dissemination, a definite clinical diagnosis cannot be made. We have looked for MS-related abnormalities in 72 patients with CPM. The mean age of onset was 42(More)
A double-blind, double-observer study was carried out in twenty-five patients with Parkinson's disease. Alpha methyldopahydrazine in combination with L-dopa was compared to placebo with L-dopa. Combination therapy resulted in a reduction in L-dopa dosage to 1/3 of the amount required during the baseline. There were no side effects attributed directly to the(More)
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