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abducens nerve paralysis
abducens nerve paralysis, bilateral
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, differential diagnosis
amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, work up
ataxia, cerebellar
Bing-Neel syndrome
bone marrow biopsy
CAT scan, abnormal
cerebrovascular accident
chest x-ray, abnormal
Clinical Pathologic Conference(C.P.C.)
cranial nerve palsies
cranial nerve palsies, recurrent
cranial neuropathy, multiple
denervation of muscle
denervation potentials
electron microscopy
electrophoretic pattern, serum
eye, pain in
facial weakness, bilateral
fundus, abnormality of
gait disorder
GM1 ganglioside antibodies
Guillain Barre syndrome
headache, unilateral
hemorrhagic diathesis
Hodgkin's disease
hyperviscosity syndrome
immunosuppressive agents
intracerebral hemorrhage
lymphoma involving CNS
masseter muscle wasting
meningeal biopsy
meningitis, lymphomatous
monoclonal gammopathy
monoclonal gammopathy of uncertain significance
mononeuritis multiplex
motor neuron disease
movement disorder, extrapyramidal
MRI, abnormal
MRI, orbit
multiple myeloma
muscle atrophy, progressive
muscle wasting, diffuse
muscle weakness
myeloma, osteosclerotic
nasal speech
neck weakness
nerve biopsy
nerve conduction studies
neurologic complications of, systemic disease
neuropathy, amyloid
neuropathy, cryoglobulinemic
neuropathy, peripheral
neuropathy, peripheral, treatment
neuropathy, sensory
night sweats
ophthalmoplegia, painful
ophthalmoplegia, total
optic nerve, enhancement
optic neuropathy
orbit, lesions of
Parkinson disease
PAS positive
PAS positive material in the brain
peripheral blood smear
pleocytosis of cerebrospinal fluid
POEMS syndrome
progressive spinal muscular atrophy
pupil, abnormality in neurologic disorders
pupil, light reflex, abnormal
retinal hemorrhages
review article
sedimentation rate, elevated
subarachnoid hemorrhage
tongue, atrophy
tongue, fasciculations of
treatment of neurologic disorder
trochlear nerve
trochlear nerve palsy
vision, blurred
visual acuity, decreased
visual acuity, decreased, monocular
visual field defect
visual field defect, altitudinal
visual loss
Waldenstrom's macroglobulinemia
weakness, generalized
weakness, progressive
weight loss
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Clinicopathologic Conference, Lympohplasmic Lymphoma of the CNS (Bing-Neel Syndrome)
NEJM 384:745-753, Case 6-2021, 2021

Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis of Waldenstrom Macroglobulinemia
UptoDate, May, Rajkumar, S.V., 2011

Peripheral Neuropathies in Waldenstroms Macroglobulinaemia
JNNP 77:224-228, Levine,T.,et al, 2006

Bilateral Sixth Nerve Paresis in the Bing-Neel Syndrome
Neurol 64:576-577, Bhatti, M.T., et al, 2005

Clinicopath Conf:Lymphoplasmocytic Lymphoma with Motor Neuronopathy,Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia
NEJM 340:1661-1669, , 1999

Neuropathies Associated with Paraproteinemia
NEJM 338:1601-1607, Ropper,A.H.&Gorson,K.C., 1998

Lymphoproliferative Disorders and Motor Neuron Disease:An Update
Neurol 48:1671-1678, Gordon,P.H.,et al, 1997

Motor Neuron Disease, Lymphoproliferative Disease, and Bone Marrow Biopsy
Muscle & Nerve 19:1334-1337996., Louis,E.D.,et al, 1996

Incomplete Unilateral Ophthalmoplegia as the Presenting Manifestation of Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia
Neurol 40:1801-1802, Lossos,A.,et al, 1990

Isolated Trochlear Nerve Palsy in a Patient with Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia:Complete Recovery with Therapy
Neurol 39:1399, Moulis,H.&Mamus,S.W., 1989

Mononeuritis Multiplex in Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia
Ann Neurol 22:268-272, Lamarca,J.,et al, 1987

Treatable Meningeal Involvement in Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia
Ann Int Med 101:345-347, Torrey,J.J.,et al, 1984

Treatment of Polyneuropathy in Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia:Role of Paraproteinemia & Immunologic Studies
Neurol 33:1406-1410, Dalakas,M.C.,et al, 1983

Neurologic Manifestations in Macroglobulinemia
In Vinken PJ, Bruyn GW, Eds, Handbook of Clin Neurol, Vol 39, North-Holland Publ Co, p. 189, Abramsky,O., 1980

Amyloid Neuropathy & Tremor in Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia
Arch Neurol 37:240-242, Bajada,S.,et al, 1980

Progressive & Treatable Cerebellar Ataxia in Macroglobulinemia
Neurol 30:536-538, Spencer,S.S.,et al, 1980

Polyneuropathy in Waldenstrom's Macroglobulinemia
Arch Neurol 35:423, Julien,J.,et al, 1978

A Teenager with Persistent Headache
Neurol 92:e1526-e1531, Hu, Y.,et al, 2019

Diagnosis and Management of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis: A Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
Stroke 42:1158-1192, Saposnik,G.,et al, 2011

Protein S Deficiency in HIV Associated Ischaemic Stroke:An Epiphenomenon of HIV Infection
JNNP 76:1455-1456,1331, Mochan,A.,et al, 2005

Use of Specialized Coagulation Testing in the Evaluation of Patients with Acute Ischemic Stroke
Neurol 56:624-627, Bushnell,C.,et al, 2001

Prethrombotic Disorders in Children with Arterial Ischemic Stroke and Sinovenous Thrombosis
Arch Neurol 56:967-971, Bonduel,M.,et al, 1999

Serum S-100 and Neuron-Specific Enolase for Prediction of Regaining Consciousness After Global Cerebral Ischemia
Stroke 29:2363-2366, Martens,P.,et al, 1998

Inherited Prothrombotic States and Ischaemic Stroke in Childhood
JNNP 65:508-511, Ganesan,V.,et al, 1998

Risk of Cerebral Sinus Thrombosis in Oral Contraceptive Users Who Are Carriers of Hered Prothrombotic Cond
BMJ 316:589-592, deBruijn,S.F.T.M.,et al, 1998

Neurology and the Blood:Haematological Abnormalities in Ischaemic Stroke
JNNP 64:150-159, Markus,H.S.&Hambley,H., 1998

Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Stroke in Young Patients
Arch Neurol 54:1150-1153, Qureshi,A.I.,et al, 1997

Cerebral Venous Thrombosis in Adults:A Study of 40 Cases From Saudi Arabia
Stroke 26:1193-1195, Daif,A.,et al, 1995

Prothrombotic States in Young People with Idiopathic Stroke:Prospective Study
Stroke 25:287-290, Baringarrementeria,F., 1994

Ischemic Stroke Due to Deficiency of Coagulation Inhibitors, Report of 10 Young Adults
Stroke 24:19-25, Martinez,H.R.,et al, 1993

Free Protein S Deficiency in Acute Ischemic Stroke, A Case-Control Study
Stroke 24:224-227, Mayer,S.A.,et al, 1993

An Unusual Cause of Cerebral Venous Thrombosis in a Four-Year-Old Child
Stroke 24:603-605, Rich,C.,et al, 1993

Protein S Deficiency in Middle-Aged Women with Stroke
Neurol 42:1029-1033, Green,D.,et al, 1992

Superior Sagittal Sinus Thrombosis in a Child with Protein S Deficiency
Neurol 42:2303-2305, Prats,J.M.,et al, 1992

Superior Sagittal Sinus Thrombosis in a Patient with Protein S Deficiency
Stroke 21:633-636, Cros,D.,et al, 1990

Hematologic Disorders and Ischemic Stroke
Stroke 21:1111-1121, Hart,R.G.&Kanter,M.C., 1990

Childhood Stroke Associated with Protein C or S Deficiency
J Pediatr 111:562-564, Israels,S.J.&Seshia,S.S., 1987

Peripheral Neuropathy in Macroglobulinemia:Incidence & Antigen-Specificity of M Proteins
Neurol 37:1506-1514, Nobile-Orazio,E.,et al, 1987

Macroglobulinemia with Peripheral Neuropathy Simulating Motor Neuron Disease
Ann Neurol 11:532-536, Rowland,L.P.,et al, 1982

Drug-Induced Myopathies In Man
Lancet 2:562-566, Lane,R.J.M.,et al, 1978

Clofibrate-Induced Muscle Damage with Myoglobinuria & Cardiomyopathy
NEJM 296:942, Smals,A.G.H., 1977

Platelet-Inhibiting Drugs in the Prevention of Clinical Thrombotic Disease
NEJM 293:174, Genton,E.,et al, 1975

The Treatment of Cerebrovascular Disease with Clofibrate
VA Cooperative Study Group, Stroke 4:6841973., , 1973

Muscular Syndrome after Clofibrate
NEJM 286:1110, Katsilambros,N., 1972

Clofibrate for the Treatment of Occlusive CVD-Correspondence
NEJM 287:671, Hirsch,S.,et al, 1972

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