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September 1988 Vol.
51 No. 9
Contents Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease in England and Wales, 1980-1984: a case-control study of potential risk factors R HARREES-JONES, R KNIGHT, RG WILL, S COUSENS, PG SMITH, WB MAITHEWS page 11 13
Auditory long latency event-related potentials in Alzheimer's disease and multi-infarct dementia RYUIJI NESHIGE, GEOFF BARRETT, HIROSHI SHIBASAKI page 1120
Granulomatous angiitis of the central nervous system: protean manifestations and response to treatment EDWARD H KOO, E WAYNE MASSEY page 1126
Physiological characterisation of the "warm up" effect of activity in patients with myotonic dystrophy RG COOPER, Mi STOKES, RHT EDwARDs page 1134 Improvement of muscle strength in familial hypokalaemic periodic paralysis with acetazolamide THERA P LINKS, MACHIEL J ZWARTS, HANS JGH OOSTERHUIS page 1142
Subacute administration of a TRH analogue (RX77368) in motorneuron disease: an open study H MODARRES-SADEGHI, H ROGERS, J EMAMI, Ri GUILOFF page 1146
Guillain-Barre syndrome: a model of random conduction block FGA VAN DER MECHt, J MEULSTEE page 1158 The conduction velocities of peripheral nerve fibres conveying sensations of warming and cooling CLARE J FOWLER, K SITZOGLOU, Z ALI, PAVI HALONEN page 1164
Observations on the applicability of the Wartenburg pendulum test to healthy, elderly subjects RA BROWN, DOROTHY A LAWSON, GC LESLIE, NJ PART page 1171
Does the Wartenberg pendulum test differentiate quantitatively between spasticity and rigidity? A study in elderly stroke and Parkinsonian patients RA BROWN, DOROTHY A LAWSON, GC LESLIE, ALISON MACARTHUR, WJ MACLENNAN, MARION ET MCMURDO, WJ MUTCH, NJ PART page 1178
Peripheral blood lymphocyte phenotype and function in multiple sclerosis PJ HUGHES, DAS COMPSTON page 1187 CSF gradients for amino acid neurotransmitters PM CRAWFORD, KG LLOYD, DW CHADWICK page 1193 Progressive language impairment without dementia: a case with isolated category specific semantic defect ANNA BASSO, ERMINIO CAPITANI, MARCELLA LAIACONA page 1201
Conservatively treated patients with cerebral arteriovenous malformation: mental and physical outcome ERLING BO ANDERSEN, JORGEN PETERSEN, ERIK LYKKE MORTENSEN, HANNE UDESEN page 1208 SHORT REPORTS
Trial of ganglioside GM1 in acute stroke BI HOFFBRAND, PJ BINGLEY, SM OPPENHEIMER, CD SHELDON page 1213 Borrelia burgdorferi antibodies in patients with relapsing/remitting form and chronic progressive form of multiple sclerosis ERICH SCHMUTZHARD, PETER POHL, GEROLD STANEK page 1215 Cerebral venous thrombosis as presenting sign of myeloproliferative disorders J HAAN, JFV CAEKEBEKE, FJM VAN DER MEER, AR WINTZEN page 1219
Hand contractures in Parkinson's disease T KYRIAKIDES, R LANGTON HEWER page 1221 A case of progressive subcortical gliosis presenting clinically as Steele-Richardson-Olszewski syndrome RG WILL, AJ LEES, W GIBB, RO BARNARD page 1224
Familial autoimmune myasthenia gravis with different pathogenetic antibodies CARLO PROVENZANO, OTTAVIO ARANCIO, AMELIA EVOLI, BIANCA ROCCA, EMANUELA BARTOCCIONI, DOMENICO DE GRANDIS, PIETRO TONALI page 1228
Ectopic midline spinal ganglion in diastematomyelia: a study of its connections GARY W ROSS, SVEN A SWANSON, ELIAS PERENTES, HENRY URICH page 1231
Musical hallucinations following removal of a right frontal meningioma MATCHERI S KESHAVAN, E MICHAEL KAHN, JASPREET S BRAR page 1235
Complete visual inversion in vertebrobasilar ischaemic disease MARK F MEHLER page 1236 Aneurysm of the cervical internal carotid artery following chiropractic manipulation JMK MURTHY, KV NAIDU page 1237 Unusual idiosyncratic reactions to carbamazepine EMR CRITCHLEY, M PHILLIPS page 1238 Autonomic neuropathy in systemic lupus erythematosus RF GLEDHILL, PHMC DESSEIN page 1238 Magnetic resonance imaging in Fabry's disease DG MENZEES, IW CAMPBELL, DM KEAN page 1240 Paraplegia as a presenting feature of meningococcal meningitis BR BOOTHMAN, JM BAMFORD, MR PARSONS page 1241 MATIrERS ARISING page 1242 BOOK REVIEWS page 1243 ISSN 0022-3050
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