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This study tries to test an observation with multiple sclerosis (MS) in electrophoresis of proteins and evaluates if this influence contributes in disease diagnosis.
It is well established that neurophysiological examinations as Visual Evoked Potential (VEPs), Brainstem and Auditory Evoked Potential (BAEPs), Somatosensory Evoked Potential (SEPs) and blink-Reflex not only have a known value for the detection of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) but they also offer a substantial contribution in monitoring the disease
The hypothesis that schizophrenia may be caused by organic reasons goes back a century.
We examined three patient cases. Two of them one 52 and the other 58 years old appeared to have developed bulbar ALS after a cardiac bypass operation. Both the patients, before the intervention had been submitted to a total neurological examination, with no existence of a positive element.
Fiber density blockings and jitter values of muscle tibialis anterior were measured in 61 patients with diabetic polyneuropathy by means of single fiber electromyography
The purpose of this study is to describe our experience of recent years from tardive endovenous allowance of Piracetam to circulars diabetic vasculitis and neurosuture.
The purpose of this study is to describe our experience of recent years from tardive endovenous allowance of Buflomedil to circulars diabetic vasculitis.
Fibre density of the motor unit was determined and the mean value of the percentage of blockings was estimated in the anterior tibial muscle of 61 patients with diabetic polyneuropathy
In 45 healthy subjects and 45 diabetic patients, 31 of whom had distinct clinical signs of peripheral neuropathy, the somatosensory evoked potentials (SEPs) to median nerve stimulation were recorded from Erb’s point bilaterally, between the C6 and C7 vertebra and from the contralateral scalp. Measurements include interpeak latencies from Erb’s point N14, and from N14 to N20, nerve conduction velocity from Erb’s point to wrist, and latency differences between both sides
Many neurogenic disorders are manifested after an intense stress. Here is presented a case of an absolutely healthy woman 56 years-old, who after a stress and reactive depression she presented acute ALS symptoms
The coexistence of parkinsonism disorders and Multiple sclerosis is an exceptional case. Both of the two diagnosis concern diseases of the Central Nervous System
We examined two cases of patients. A:52 and B:58 years old correlatively, that appeared sharpen ALS bulbare tyb
To evaluate the efficiency of intravenous immunoglobulin (IVIG) by patients of Dementia Alzheimer Type (DAT) at the initial faze of the disease we examined 16 patients with the symptoms of the disease
48 patients with chronic progressive Multiple sclerosis (cp MS) after having a treatment with interferon beta b (INFB) for a period of two years, started a new therapy with mitoxantrone for a period of 12 months
Background: the presence of Parkinsonian symptoms in Multiple Slcerosis (MS) has only rarely been reported and it is not yet known whether they can consitute an entity
The frequent administration of corticosteroides, besides the organic side effects, is possible to cause psychic disturbances too such as depression, mania or even schizophrenic behavior as well as obesity compulsive symptoms (OCS)
Background: The hypothesis that schizophrenia may be caused by organic reasons goes back a century
This study tries to clarify if any change appears in blood cytology before and after initial therapy with corticosteroids.
A group of 1256 MS patients, 361 males and 895 females, aged 479.3, with a duration of disease 9.54.2 years, were studied prospectively for a period of 10 years, in an attempt to evaluate the significance of constipation in their clinical course
H γεμσιταμπίνη (Gemzar) είναι ένα καινούργιο φάρμακο, το οποίο τον τελευταίο καιρό έχει μεγάλη χρήση σε πολλές μορφές χημειοθεραπείας μεταξύ των οποίων βέβαια και σε νευρολογικές νεοπλασίες