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Chronic relapsing, non progressing eruption of purpuric papulovesicular lesions

to a diagnosis of “Purpuric Vasculitis”, with findings of microhaematuria and hypothyroidism. The treatment carried out ... “section of skin with dermal vessels dilated, focal and modest fibrinoid degeneration of the walls of some small superficial ...

Anterior chamber cleavage syndrome in right eye in a 2 months old infant

adherent to Schwalbe’s line, iris hypoplasia, focal iris atrophy with hole formation, corectopia, and ectropion uveae are typical findings in  Axenfeld-Rieger syndrome (A-R syndrome) . Mgalocornea or ...

Metastatic non small cell lung Cancer

with extensive necrosis. SPECT bone scan showed many focal findings in the vertebrae L,D2,7, most of the ribs bilaterally and in the ...

Inflammatory Demyelinizing Disease

reference (optic neuritis left eye), the described findings show a suspected demyelinizing disease , to be correlated with ... been used, it seems that the appearance of a punctiform focal lesion , in correspondence to the left frontal subcortical white matter, ...

Multiple Sclerosis_2

improvement of symptoms. The first follow-up revealed no focal neurological signs with a history of a transitory unilateral lower limb ... 2007): .. in left bulbopontine seat hyper-intense focal lesion in long TR sequence of the size of 9 x 5 mm complete with ... no pathological findings ...

Cervical Dystonia – additional opinion

disorders are diagnosed based on physical examination findings with the remainder of the neurological examination being normal. ... stimulation is in clinical trials for effectiveness for focal forms of dystonia.   ...

Asthenic-dispeptic syndrome post laparoscopic cholecystectomy

10 mm. No other signal intensity alterations, neither focal nor diffuse and of the structure of the abdominal parenchymal organs. ... of litiasic type. Regular Wirsung’s duct. Otherwise findings within norm limits too”. In consideration of the negative result ...

Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetes

on 06/2008 is reported: “neither coarse focal lesions nor images referred to IPP plaques are apparently evident. ...   Based on the described findings the most probable diagnosis is erectile dysfunction due to nerve ... impairment and venous mechanism dysfunction; however, the findings are not supportive of vascular (blood vessels) pathology. ...

Metastatic Heteroplasia of the Lung

rolandic area of the frontal cortex to the right (7mm). Findings are suggestive of lesions of a secondary and metastatic nature . ... information. This total body scan did not show any focal areas of increased uptake of the radioisotope (99mTc-MDP at the dose of ...

Cervical Dystonia

is normal- that is does he have any other abnormal findings such as parkinsonism, ataxia, radicular deficits or dystonia in other ... dystonia and its positive effects in the management focal or segmental dystonia is increasingly gaining support . A few studies ...