Leigh's disease : analysis of clinical and imaging characteristics with possible therapeutic implications.

Abstract

The symptoms and signs of Leigh's disease are so variable that the diagnosis is extremely difficult. The disease was so far being confirmed only at autopsy. Antemortem clinical diagnosis, however, is important, as some of these patients may respond to high dose of vitamin B-1. We report two patients of Leigh's disease suspected clinically and confirmed on… (More)

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