The Primrose syndrome with progressive neurological involvement and cerebral calcification

@article{Battisti2002ThePS,
  title={The Primrose syndrome with progressive neurological involvement and cerebral calcification},
  author={Carla Battisti and Maria Teresa Dotti and Alfonso Cerase and Alessandra Rufa and Francesco Sicurelli and Chiara Scarpini and Antonio Federico},
  journal={Journal of Neurology},
  year={2002},
  volume={249},
  pages={1466-1468}
}
Sirs: The Primrose syndrome is a rare disorder, first described in 1982 in a man with mental retardation, progressive muscle wasting, ossified ear cartilage, cystic changes in the humeral and femoral heads, paracentral posterior cataract and hearing loss [4]. Two other cases were later described [1, 3]. We report a new case, the first described in a woman, with the classical features of the Primrose syndrome, associated with late-onset progressive gait ataxia, pyramidal signs and cerebral… CONTINUE READING

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