Monthly Archives: December 2015

Neurologic mysteries: Mild Encephalopathy with Reversible Splenium lesion (MERS)

MERS is not a so rare clinical entity even if epidemiological data are scanty; the clinical presentation is variable such as the etiologies of this syndrome. However, although the splenium lesion is usually quite big, these patients do not show … Continue reading

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Micrographia

Micrographia is a frequent symptom of Parkinson’s disease, often one of the first. Its association with the disease is straightforward: 75-90% of patients with Parkinson show micrographia, the presence of micrographia allows the diagnosis of PD in almost all cases. … Continue reading

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