Clinical reasoning: a young man with progressive subcortical lesions and optic nerve atrophy.

@article{Komatsuzaki2012ClinicalRA,
  title={Clinical reasoning: a young man with progressive subcortical lesions and optic nerve atrophy.},
  author={Shoko Komatsuzaki and Osamu Sakamoto and Nobuo Fuse and Mitsugu Uematsu and Yoichi Matsubara and Toshihiro Ohura},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2012},
  volume={79 7},
  pages={e63-8}
}
Shoko Komatsuzaki, MD, PhD Osamu Sakamoto, MD, PhD Nobuo Fuse, MD, PhD Mitsugu Uematsu, MD, PhD Yoichi Matsubara, MD Toshihiro Ohura, MD, PhD SECTION 1 The male patient is the third child of unrelated Japanese parents. His older sister had tachypnea and feeding difficulties, and died at 5 days of age. The patient was delivered at term (birthweight, 3.8 kg), following an unremarkable pregnancy. He presented with tachypnea, metabolic acidosis, and hyperammonemia (944 mol L ) at 6 days. 
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