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Degenerative Diseases of the Nervous System, Machado-Joseph-Azorean Disease
Adams & Victors Principles of Neurology, Chp 39, pg 1107, Ropper, A.H.,et al, 2014

Chronic Pain in Machado-Joseph Disease: A Frequent and Disabling Symptom
Arch Neurol 64:1767-1770, Fran´┐Ża,M.C. Jr., et al, 2007

Autonomic Dysfunction in Machado-Joseph Disease
Arch Neurol 62:630-636, Yeh,T-H.,et al, 2005

Progressive Atrophy of Cerebellum & Brainstem, Age & Size of Expanded CAG Repeats in the MJDI Gene in Machado-Joseph Dis
Ann Neurol 43:288-296, Onokera,O.,et al, 1998

CAG Repeat Number Correlates with the Rate of Brainstem and Cerebellar Atrophy in Machado-Joseph Disease
Neurol 51:882-884, Abe,Y.,et al, 1998

Incidence of Dominant Spinocerebellar and Friedreich Triplet Repeats Among 361 Ataxic Families
Neurol 51:1666-1671, Moseley,M.L.,et al, 1998

Characteristic Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings in Machado-Joseph Disease
Arch Neurol 55:33-37, Murata,Y.,et al, 1998

Machado-Joseph Disease in 4 Chinese Pedigrees:Molecular Analysis of 15 Pts
Neurol 48:482-485, Zhou,Y.X.,et al, 1997

Machado Joseph Disease Maps to Same Region of Chromosome 14 as Spinocerebellar Ataxia Type 3 Locus
J Med Genet 32:25-31, Twist,E.C.,et al, 1995

Autosomal Dominant Cerebellar Phenotypes:The Genotype has Settled the Issue
Neurol 45:1-5, Rosenberg,R.N., 1995

Dopa-Responsive parkinsonism Phenotype of Machado-Jospeh Disease:Confirmation of 14q CAG Expansion
Ann Neurol 48:684-687, Tuite,P.J.,et al, 1995

Effect of Sulfamethoxazole & Trimethoprim on Neurologic Dysfunction in a Patient with Joseph's Disease
Arch Neurol 45:210-213, Mello,K.A.&Abbott,B.P., 1988

Machado-Joseph-Azorean Disease
Arch Neurol 41:921-925, Fowler,H.L., 1984

Joseph Disease in a Non-Portuguese Family
Neurol 33:74-80, Sakai,T.,et al, 1983

Electro-oculographic Findings in Machado-Joseph Disease
Neurol 32:1272-1276, Dawson,D.M.,et al, 1982

Clinical Criteria for Diagnosis of Machado-Joseph Disease:Report of a Non-Azorean Portuguese Family
Neurol 30:319-322, Lima,L.,et al, 1980

Autosomal Dominant System Degeneration in Portugese Families of the Azores Islands
Neurol 28:703, Coutinho,P.,et al, 1978

Azorean Disease of the Nervous System
NEJM 296:1505, Romanul,F.C.A.,et al, 1977

Machado Disease-a Hereditary Ataxia in Portuguese Emigrants to Mass
Neurol 22:49, Nakano,K.K.,et al, 1972

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