Fw: bilateral lesion sites in white matter of parietal lobes
F. Frank LeFever
flefever at ix.netcom.com
Sun Jun 7 00:06:41 EST 1998
Was this of sudden onset, or did it develop slowly or was it present
If due to slowly developing demyelinating disease, MIGHT be treatable
(e.g. cortisone treatment, as in multiple sclerosis? i.e. to treat ms
SYMPTOMS, via attack on inflammatory processes, possibly involving mast
cells, demyelination and blood-brain barrier impairment)?
If sudden onset, possibly infarct? if deep and posterior in this
region, possibly involving vertebro-basilar anterior extensions? If
congenital, perhaps the same? Possibly genetic defect in
vertebro-basilar anatomy (narrowing, lack of anastomoses, etc.)?
Presumably not treatable.
Is disorder progressing or stable?
(Just a few shots in the dark on the basis of scant "expertise" and
even less knowledge of the case)
In <03da45633040568UPIMSSMTPUSR01 at email.msn.com> rcb5 at MSN.COM ("Ron
>The message is forward to neuro science please respond if you like
>to Xu Hui-zhong help at liuz.col.com.cn NOT me.
>From: Xu Hui-zhong <972005 at fudan.edu.cn>
>To: biophys at net.bio.net <biophys at net.bio.net>
>Date: Thursday, June 04, 1998 11:23 AM
>> A pair of 3-year-old twins in Guangxi province of China are
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>>something like "bilateral lesion sites in white matter of parietal
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