A case of myoedema and normal pressure hydrocephalus.


A cachectic 55-year-old man presented with ataxia and metabolic instability. On physical examination, he had prominent myoedema in all muscle groups. In addition, a CT scan and lumbar puncture showed extensive nonobstructive hydrocephalus. Further clinical evaluation revealed elevated creatine phosphokinase and liver enzyme levels, although the patient was… (More)


Cite this paper

@article{Hall2001ACO, title={A case of myoedema and normal pressure hydrocephalus.}, author={M. Hall and Eric Sixtus Nylen}, journal={The American journal of the medical sciences}, year={2001}, volume={322 2}, pages={119-20} }