Low lumbar CSF concentrations of homovanillic acid in the autosomal dominant ataxias

Abstract

1 Neumann MA, Cohn R. Progressive subcortical gliosis, a rare form of presenile dementia. Brain 1967;90:405-18. 2 Tomlinson BE. Ageing and the dementias. In: Adams JH, Duchen LW, eds. Greenfield's neuropathology, 5th ed, London: Edward Arnold, 1992:1284-410. 3 Will RG, Lees AJ, Gibb W, Barnard RO. A case of progressive subcortical gliosis presenting clinically as Steele-RichardsonOlszewski syndrome. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1988;51: 1224-7. 4 Tabaton M, Petersen R, Monari L, et al. Progressive subcortical gliosis: a new prion protein disease. Society for Neuroscience Abstracts 1993:19;842. 5 Jendroska K, Hoffmann 0, Schelosky L, et al. Absence of disease related pridin protein in neurodegenerative disorders presenting with Parkinson's syndrome. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 1994;57: 1249-51.

Cite this paper

@inproceedings{MaLowLC, title={Low lumbar CSF concentrations of homovanillic acid in the autosomal dominant ataxias}, author={Neumann Ma and Cohn R Progressive Subcorti} }