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By Suresh Kotagal, Alma R. Bicknese, Marthand Eswara (auth.), Roger N. Rosenberg MD (eds.)

The newly revised, finished, four-color Atlas of scientific Neurology is commonly up to date just about present literature. the hot 3rd variation organizes the highest-quality photos from the sphere of medical neurology, together with medical syndromes, for neurologists and clinicians. The atlas highlights the big strides being made within the biologic realizing of neurologic sickness, masking developmental and genetic ailments, neuroendocrine issues, severe care neurology, cerebrovascular ailment, dementias, behavioral neurology, neuro-oncology, stream issues, epilepsy, neuromuscular ailments, infectious illnesses, neuroimmunology, neurotoxic problems, and headache. This necessary assortment comprises over 1300 photographs together with algorithms, tables, charts, and schematic drawings.

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137. Lee TC, Sung ML, Chen JS: Tuberous sclerosis associated with neurofibromatosis: report of a case. J Formos Med Assoc 1994, 9:797–801. 138. htm. 139. Ito M: A singular case of naevus depigmentosus systematicus bilateralis. Jpn J Dermatoll 1951, 61:131. 140. : Hypomelanosis of Ito: involvement of the chromosome aberrations in this syndrome. Ann Genett 1991, 34:30–32. 141. Taibjee SM, Bennett DC, Moss C: Abnormal pigmentation in hypomelanosis of Ito and pigmentary mosaicism: the role of pigmentary genes.

The metacarpals may become broad and irregular, with conical deformities of the proximal metaphyses. Accumulation of storage material in the flexor tendons and sheaths leads to a clawlike deformity of the hands. Dysostosis multiplex is one component of the clinical data collected in the global registry for monitoring patients with mucopolysaccharidosis (MPS) type I, or Hurler’s disease [174]. This disorder is treatable using bone marrow transplantation or lysosomal enzyme replacement [175]. AR—autosomal recessive; ML—mucolipidosis.

SWS is a nonfamilial, spontaneous neurocutaneous disorder affecting all ethnic groups. It has onset in infancy in most patients, with a high frequency of partial seizures, hemiparesis, and developmental delay. Sujansky and Conradi [147] analyzed data on 171 patients with SWS and provided valuable information on clinical expression of the disease. Glaucoma is a common feature and is usually ipsilateral to the nevus. Because of variable clinical expression, Roach described three forms of SWS: type I has associated facial and leptomeningeal angiomas, often accompanied by glaucoma; type II has facial angioma without cerebral leptomeningeal angioma and may have accompanying glaucoma; type III has cerebral leptomeningeal angioma without facial nevus.

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