William Torch

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A 64-year-old man with diffuse atherosclerosis developed an organic mental syndrome, followed by hypothalamic symptoms. Autopsy showed an old large cystic infarct involving the left temporal lobe including the hippocampus, and atrophy of the ipsilateral fornix, mammillary body, hypothalamus, mammillothalamic tract, and the anterior thalamic nucleus. The(More)
A 27-month-old girl suffered from severe sensory neuropathy with minimal motor dysfunction. The CSF protein level was increased and nerve conduction was severely impaired. Sural nerve biopsy specimen showed increased endoneurial connective tissue. An onion-bulb pattern with concentric interdigitations of Schwann cell cytoplasmic processes and redunbant(More)
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