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Polyneuropathy Associated with IgA Paraproteinemia and Amyloidosis: A Case Report and Literature Review

Jhang Y, Lee JJ, Park JM, Koo JS, Kim BK, Kwon O

Paraproteinemia potentially causes peripheral neuropathy via an unknown underlying pathogenetic mechanism. We report a case of pathologically proven amyloid neuropathy with AL amyloidosis with an IgA kappa light chain, which...
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Pure Sensory Deficit at the T4 Sensory Level as an Isolated Manifestation of Lateral Medullary Infarction

Song IU, Kim JS, Lee DG, An JY, Ryu SY, Lee SB, Kim YI, Lee KS

In rare cases restricted sensory deficits along the somatotopic topography of the spinothalamic tract can develop from a lateral medullary infarction. To our knowledge, isolated dermatomal sensory deficit as a...
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Central Nervous System Lymphomatoid Granulomatosis Presenting with Parkinsonism

Sohn EH, Song CJ, Lee HJ, Kim S, Kim JM, Lee AY

Lymphomatoid granulomatosis (LG) is a potentially malignant lymphoproliferative disorder. The lung is the most common involved site, followed by the skin and nervous system. However, LG of the central nervous...
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Fulminant Guillain-Barre Syndrome Mimicking Cerebral Death Following Acute Viral Hepatitis A

Kang BH, Kim KK

A 32-year-old man was transferred to an intensive care unit due to respiratory difficulties with a 4-day history of progressive areflexic quadriparesis following acute hepatitis A. A nerve-conduction study revealed...
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A Family Harboring CMT1A Duplication and HNPP Deletion

Lee JH, Kang HJ, Song H, Hwang SJ, Cho SY, Kim SB, Kim J, Chung KW, Choi BO

Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease type 1A (CMT1A) is associated with duplication of chromosome 17p11.2-p12, whereas hereditary neuropathy with liability to pressure palsies (HNPP), which is an autosomal dominant neuropathy showing characteristics of...
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A Case of Disseminated Polycystic Dilated Perivascular Spaces Presenting with Dementia and Parkinsonism

Kim DG, Oh SH, Kim OJ

The perivascular spaces (PVSs) of the brain are lined with pia and contain interstitial fluid. In general, PVSs are small, asymptomatic, and identifiable at all ages. When PVSs are significantly...
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A Case of Lamotrigine-Induced Excessive Involuntary Eye Blinking

Kim DG, Oh SH, Kim OJ

A wide variety of movement disorders can be induced by the administration of antiepileptic drugs. A 44-year-old female was admitted with involuntary excessive eye blinking that manifested 5 months after...
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Cognitive Impairment in Juvenile Myoclonic Epilepsy

Kim SY, Hwang YH, Lee HW, Suh CK, Kwon SH, Park SP

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Cognitive impairments are frequent consequences of epilepsy, with intellectual ability reportedly being lower in patients with idiopathic generalized epilepsies than in the general population. However, neuropsychological investigations...
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One-Year Open-Label Study of Entacapone in Patients with Advanced Parkinson Disease

Ahn TB, Im JH, Lee MC, Kim JW, Lee WY, Jeon BS

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: A carboxy-O-methyl transferase inhibitor entacapone has been introduced as an adjuvant drug for Parkinson disease (PD) patients. Although clinical trials reported beneficial role of entacapone, a long-term...
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Use of the Putamen/Caudate Volume Ratio for Early Differentiation between Parkinsonian Variant of Multiple System Atrophy and Parkinson Disease

Shin HY, Kang SY, Yang JH, Kim HS, Lee MS, Sohn YH

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Neuropathological studies have demonstrated that multiple system atrophy (MSA) produces selective atrophy of the putamen with sparing of the caudate nucleus, while both structures are spared in...
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Are in-Hospital Delays Important Obstacles in Thrombolytic Therapy Following Acute Ischemic Stroke?

Choi JC, Kang SY, Kang JH, Ko YJ, Bae JM

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The advances in the diagnosis and treatment of acute stroke increase the importance of providing these patients with timely medical attention. This study was designed to assess...
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