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Heval M Ozgen, Wouterina C G Overweg-Plandsoen, Janneke Blees-Pelk, Philip P Besselaar, Raoul C M Hennekam
Cerebellar hypoplasia with endosteal sclerosis is an infrequent entity that has been described in only four cases. Major clinical symptoms are cerebellar hypoplasia causing ataxia, hypotonia, mild to moderate developmental delay, microcephaly, growth retardation, endosteal sclerosis, tooth eruption disturbances, and hip dislocations. We report on a girl with this entity, whom we followed for 11 years. The endosteal sclerosis remained stationary over time, as were the clinical neurological symptoms, but neuroadiological symptoms were slowly progressive...
April 15, 2005: American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part A
B Hmamouchi, A Rakaa, I Alhyene, M A Bouderka, O Abassi
The authors report three cases of carotid-cavernous fistula occurring after severe cranio facial trauma. The diagnosis has been suspected on the association of a pulsatil exophtalmia and systolo-diastolic murmur, and confirmed by arteriography. Embolization was successful in two patients, the third one died from neurologic complication before embolization. The carotid cavernous fistula is a rare but severe complication of a craniofacial trauma. The functional (blindness) and vital prognosis (subarachnoid and intracerebral haemorrage)...
May 2001: Annales Françaises D'anesthèsie et de Rèanimation
H J Bernsen, W I Verhagen, M A de Bijl, A Heerschap
A 38-year-old layer of parquet flooring was referred because of memory impairment, tiredness and diffuse headaches. His work involved using several neurotoxic organic solvents. Extensive laboratory, neuropsychological, clinical neurophysiological, neuroadiological, magnetic resonance (MR) imaging and spectroscopy studies were performed. The neuropsychological and behavioural assessments showed an organic brain syndrome. MR imaging and CT scanning of the brain revealed enlarged ventricles and generalized atrophy...
1992: Acta Neurologica Belgica
I Papo, G Caruselli, F Menichelli, U Pasquini, U Salvolini
The accuracy of CAT in the diagnosis of infratentorial expanding lesions is analysed on the basis of 224 personal cases. The posterior fossa lesions are classified in four groups according to the reliability of CAT as the only pre-operative examination. The present indications for conventional neuroadiological procedures are also outlined. Particular emphasis is laid on the information supplied by CAT in postoperative follow up to detect both immediate and delayed complications.
1978: Acta Neurochirurgica
M A Ron
The review deals with the possibility of diffuse brain damage, not always clinically obvious, in chronic alcoholics. Some of its implications are discussed with special reference to the role of frontal lobe damage. The main areas of enquiry--neuropathological, neuroadiological and psychological - are considered in detail.
February 1977: Psychological Medicine
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