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IgG4-Related Leptomeningitis: A Reversible Cause of Rapidly Progressive Cognitive Decline
Neurol 82:540-542, Mehta, S.H.,et al, 2014

Progressive Neurological Impairment and an Enhancing Brainstem Lesion in a Middle-Aged Man
JAMA Neurol 76:1397-1398, Gupta, S.,et al, 2019

Recurrent Dysarthria and Ataxia in a Young Girl
JAMA Neurol 75:125-126, Romba, M.,et al, 2018

Clinicopathologic Conference, Intracranial Hypertension Associated with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus and Steroid Use
NEJM 378:282-289, Case 2-2018, 2018

Treatable Bilateral Striatal Lesions Related to Anti-Dopamine 2 Receptor
Neurol 91:98-101, Marques-Matos, C.,et al, 2018

CNS Posttransplant Lymphoproliferative Disorder
Neurol 89:e32-e37, Kesari, N.K.,et al, 2017

Myelopathy in Behcets Disease: The Bagel Sign
Ann Neurol 82:288-298, Uygunoglu, U.,et al, 2017

Cytotoxic Lesions of the Corpus Callosum That Show Restricted Diffusion: Mechanisms, Causes, and Manifestations
RadioGraphics 37:562-576, Starkey, J.,et al, 2017

A 34-Year-Old Man with Headache, Diploplia, and Hemiparesis
Neurol 86:e28, Lincoln, M.R.,et al, 2016

Reversible Corticospinal Tract Hyperintensities in Neurologic Lyme Disease
Neurol 87:548-548, Pruvost-Robieux, E.,et al, 2016

Paediatric Autoimmune Encephalopathies: Clinical Features, Laboratory Investigations and Outcomes in Patients with or without Antibodies to known Central Nervous System Autoantigens
JNNP 84:748-755, Hacohen, Y.,et al, 2013

Seizure-Induced Brain Lesions: A Wide Spectrum of Variably Reversible MRI Abnormalities
Eur J Neurol 82:1964-1972, Cianfoni, A.,et al, 2013

A Case of Hashimoto Encephalopathy Clinical Manifestation, Imaging, Pathology, Treatment, and Prognosis
The Neurologist 17:141-143, Zhao, W.,et al, 2011

Clinicopathologic conference, Neurologic form of immune reconstitution inflammatory syndrome (neuro-IRIS), without evidence of concurrent opportunistic infection
NEJM 362:2343-2352, Case 18-2011, 2011

Peri-ictal Pseudoprogression in Patients with Brain Tumor
Neuro Oncol 13:775-782, Rheims, S.,et al, 2011

Hashimotos Encephalopathy
Radiol Case Reports 6:445-449, Ramalho, J. & Castillo, M., 2011

Anti-N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor (NHMDAR) Encephalitis in Children and Adolescents
Ann Neurol 66:11-18,1, Florance,N.R.,et al, 2009

The Writing on the Wall
Lancet 372:344, Wilder-Smith,E.P. &Ng,E.S., 2008

Primary Central Nervous System Vasculitis with Prominent Leptomeningeal Enhancement
Arthritis Rheum:58:595-603, Salvarani, C.,et al, 2008

Transient Postictal MRI Changes in Patients with Brain Tumors may Mimic Disease Progression
Surg Neurol 67:246-250, Finn, M.A.,et al, 2007

Clinically Mild Encephalitis Encephalopathy with a Reversible Splenial Lesion
Neurol 63:1854-1858, Tada,H.,et al, 2004

Reversible Corpus Callosum Lesion in Legionnaires Disease
JNNP 75:651-654, Morgan, J.C.,et al, 2004

MRI Abnormalities Associated with Partial Status Epilepticus
Neurol 52:1021-1027, Lansberg,M.G.,et al, 1999

MRI Abnormalities Associated with Partial Status Epilepticus
Neurol 52:1021-1027, Lansberg, M.G.,et al, 1999

Susac Syndrome
Medicine 77:3-11, Papo,T.,et al, 1998

Postcontrast Meningeal MR Enhancement Secondary to Intracranial Hypotension Caused by Lumbar Puncture
J Comput Assist Tomogr 19:299-301, Bourekas,E.C.,et al, 1995

Frequency of Unexplained Meningeal Enhancement in the Brain After Lumbar Puncture
AJNR 15:633-638, Mittl,R.L. &Yousem,D.M., 1994

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