Clinical and electrophysiological studies in primary lateral sclerosis.


Primary lateral sclerosis denotes a clinical state with the insidious onset and slow progression of neurological dysfunction limited to the corticospinal tract. We describe four unrelated patients with spastic paraparesis and normal sensory and cerebellar function. None had a family history of neurological disease. All had been symptomatic for more than… (More)


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