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↑ Front of Book [+]

Editors

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Authors

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Credits

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Dedication

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Preface and Acknowledgments

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Introduction

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Case 1: Forgets names but has a new appreciation for polka music

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Case 2: Episodic psychosis, progressive ataxia, and spasticity

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Case 3: Occipital pain with tongue deviation

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Case 4: Twenty years of daily seizures

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Case 5: “Old polio,” can’t run, and can’t swallow

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Case 6: Drenching sweats, sleep talking, and weight loss

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Case 7: Eight years of pain, 1 year of itch

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Case 8: “Spaghetti legs,” numb feet, and constipation

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Case 9: Early satiety, syncope, and seizures

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Case 10: Intermittent diplopia and progressive ataxia

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Case 11: Another case of intermittent diplopia and progressive ataxia

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Case 12: Urinary hesitancy, reduced ankle jerks, and up-going toes

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Case 13: Can’t serve and can’t shave

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Case 14: A thousand headaches a year

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Case 15: An autistic toddler

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Case 16: Sudden unilateral face and tongue weakness

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Case 17: Rapidly progressive dysarthria, aphasia, and amyotrophy

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Case 18: De novo status epilepticus

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Case 19: Ventilator-dependent after optic neuritis

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Case 20: Headaches, seizure, and mastoid bruit

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Case 21: “I built a plywood barrier for our bed”

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Case 22: Facial pain and finger clubbing

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Case 23: Thunderclap headache and paraplegia

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Case 24: Fluctuating footdrop

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Case 25: Drowsy with spastic dysarthria

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Case 26: Focal paresthesias, can’t whistle, and can’t say “puh”

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Case 27: Progressive supine headache, diplopia, and ataxia

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Case 28: Syncope, foot pain, nocturnal diarrhea, and cachexia

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Case 29: Childhood recurrent aseptic meningitis, arthropathy, deafness, and rash

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Case 30: Headache, anomia, oscillopsia, and behavioral change

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Case 31: Progressive sensory ataxia despite preserved sensory potentials

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Case 32: Familial hypertrophic cardiomyopathy with mental retardation

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Case 33: Progressive ataxia, with a twist

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Case 34: Progressive facial paralysis with preserved taste and ear wiggling

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Case 35: Lifelong refractory syncope, hypoglycemia, and small digits

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Case 36: Dark skin, white fingernails, and swollen optic disks

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Case 37: Progressive ataxia with headache and focal signs

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Case 38: “When I watch television, I lose my sight”

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Case 39: Familial tremor and dystonia

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Case 40: Familial hemiplegic headaches and sclerotic long bones

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Case 41: A weak infant with episodic apnea

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Case 42: A healthy child with unilateral visual loss

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Case 43: Progressive limb-girdle weakness with dysarthria

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Case 44: Supine loss of consciousness, headache, and retinal hemorrhage

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Case 45: Leg weakness, impotence, dry mouth, and preserved reflexes

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Case 46: Progressive weakness, numbness, pain, and visual loss

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Case 47: Refractory “multiple sclerosis” with cough and radiculopathy

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Case 48: Positional vertigo with an ominous-appearing lesion

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Case 49: Painful scapular winging

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Case 50: “I rely on my secretary”

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