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An organist had an episode of transient global amnesia during a recital. Despite a severe immediate-memory deficit, he performed complex organ music. This case suggests that the localization of the cerebral deficit in transient global amnesia is distinct from the cerebral centers necessary for performance of instrumental music.
Alkaline phosphatase (ALP) activities were studied in peritoneal fluid obtained from patients with untreated endometriosis and control women who had normal pelves. The patients (n = 18) had significantly higher total ALP (8.65 +/- 5.69 mU/mg, p less than 0.01) and thermostable ALP (0.28 +/- 0.23 mU/mg, p less than 0.05) than the controls (n = 7) (total ALP… (More)
Bruits of the Head and Neck • Three hundred twenty male ambulatory outpatients were studied for the presence of bruits of the head and neck as well as for other clinical and laboratory characteristics pertinent to the vascular system. One hundred sixteen were referred for evaluation without medical or neurological complaint. Neck bruits were heard in only… (More)
Botulinum toxin, a potent biological toxin with paralytic properties, has found use as a therapeutic agent in various diseases. The authors review the toxin's therapeutic value in three neurological diseases.
Tutorial program which informs students of references pertaining to missed questions instead of correcting students as the tutorial is in progress.