Clinical Neuroscience - 1963;16(02)

Clinical Neuroscience

FEBRUARY 01, 1963

[EEG and ocular aspects of hemihypertrophy]


[Authors found the following ophthalmologic, neurologic and EEG abnormalities in an 8 and a half year old boy with hemihypertrophy of the whole right side of the body: Developmental defects of the tissues of the right eye of neroepithelial origin (sphincter, dilator pupillae lesion, peripapillary and macular coloboma, Bergmeister pupil). Segmental skin tumours common in phakomatosis. Imbecility; rare left side facio-brachial clonal epileptic seizures with loss of consciousness. On PEG, the... tovább »