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A 12-month-old infant presented with cerebral seizures and neurological deficits. MRI scan of the brain and angiography showed massive cerebral venous sinus thrombosis complicated by a dural arteriovenous fistula. Subsequent clotting analysis revealed a protein S deficiency. Screening for inherited coagulation inhibitor deficiency is recommended in children… (More)
The detection of structural changes in time series from industrial processes monitoring is of great interest. We investigate the limits and possibilities of two recently developed methods, one for the off-line detection of changed volatilities [Wied et al., 2011] and one for the on-line detection of changes in the course of the time series [Borowski and… (More)
A 38-year-old patient showed monocular nonprogressing pigmentary changes for 8 years, with nearly normal blood vessels and scarcely restricted dark-adaptation. ERG and VER were different from those of the other eye. The affected eye had full vision and an annular scotoma corresponding to the pigmentary changes. The other eye was amblyopic due to strabismus.… (More)
The following unusual lesions have been seen, caused by splintered motor-car windscreens: 1. complete evulsion of the globe in combination with a visual field defect of the upper temporal quadrant of the other eye, 2. luxation of the globe, where an alleged lost big portion of the upper lid was dislocated deep into the orbit by glass splinters.
The main features of Aicardi's syndrome are infantile spasms, defects of the corpus callosum, chorioretinopathy, mental subnormality, characteristic EEG changes, vertebral anomalies, microphthalmos and colobomata. The disease affects only the female sex. 2 cases are described from our own experience.