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Ivan Palibrk, Nevena Kalezić, Cedomir Vucetić, Ivan Dimitrijević, Vladimir Arsenijević, Elka Stefanova
Ageing of populataion world wide has significant contribution as one of the major risk factor for neurodegenerative disorders. The patients with neurodegenerative as well as other neuological diseases presented the population with possible great need either of small or big surgical intervention. There are several important issues in patients with neurological diseases: the nature, disease duration, therapy, the patient's ability to live without assistance. Neurological disease may become worst by general and regional anesthesia...
2011: Acta Chirurgica Iugoslavica
J A Aita
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February 1973: Nebraska Medical Journal
C B Wynn-Parry
No abstract text is available yet for this article.
April 1972: Bulletin der Schweizerischen Akademie der Medizinischen Wissenschaften
B R Greenberg, C R Peter, F Glassy, M R MacKenzie
A case of T-cell lymphoma, as defined by immunologic studies of lymph node, peripheral blood, and cultured cells, is presented. Convoluted lymphocytes were noted in the original lymph node biopsy, in cerebral spinal fluid preparations and terminally, in the peripheral blood. The prominent neuologic abnormalities representing both central and peripheral nervous system involvement were atypical. Other features included skin and testicular infiltration, leukemic transformation, and refractoriness to therapy. A somewhat similar clinical picture has been reported in other patients with diffuse, poorly differentiated lymphocytic lymphomas, some of which have proven to have a T-cell origin...
October 1976: Cancer
J Hotchin, R Buckley
Scrapie is an unusual slow-virus disease of sheep which is very much like kuru and Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease, both fatal, slow neuological diseases of man. In mice, scrapie usually has an incubation period of about 6 months. Intraperitoneal inoculation of virus particles into newborn mice caused no disease, and there was no detectable virus replication for 1 year, but high titers of scrapie were present in the spleen and brain at 18 months. Virus replication occurred in mice injected from 4 days after birth by all inoculation routes, wheter or not they were injected with scrapie virus on day 0...
May 6, 1977: Science
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