LINDAU'S DISEASE. REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND STUDY OF A LARGE KINDRED.

@article{Melmon1964LINDAUSDR,
  title={LINDAU'S DISEASE. REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE AND STUDY OF A LARGE KINDRED.},
  author={Kenneth L. Melmon and Saul W. Rosen},
  journal={The American journal of medicine},
  year={1964},
  volume={36},
  pages={
          595-617
        }
}
Abstract The history of Lindau's disease is reviewed, and current knowledge of the multisystemic involvement and the clinical, laboratory and roentgenologic features are outlined. Ten proved cases and two clinically unequivocal cases, occurring in three generations of a large kindred, are reported. One of these patients was asymptomatic and was detected in a routine screening program by the finding of an epididymal cyst. The success of craniotomy, if performed early, and the desirability of… CONTINUE READING

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