Ronald M Kobayashi
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Ronald M Kobayashi: Influence Statistics
|auditory pontine pathways||#4|
|typical lesion cpm||#4|
|clinical reappraisal patients||#4|
|patients intercurrent illnesses||#5|
|patient medical complications||#13|
|minimal neurological deficits||#32|
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Prominent publications by Ronald M Kobayashi
Central Pontine Myelinolysis: A Clinical Reappraisal
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We discuss three patients with clinical findings of central pontine myelinolysis (CPM). Two patients survived with minimal neurological deficits, and one patient died from medical complications while recovering from his neurological deficit. Postmortem examination showed the typical lesion of CPM. Brain stem auditory evoked potential studies in two of our patients indicate that there was impairment of function in auditory pontine pathways that returned to normal as the patients improved ...
|Known for Central Pontine Myelinolysis | Cpm Patients | Evoked Potentials | Brain Diseases | Aged Pons|
Central pontine myelinolysis was suspected in two chronic alcoholics who developed and recovered from a progressive spastic paresis of all muscles, that derived innervation at and below the level of the pons. In both cases, short-latency auditory-evoked responses aided in the diagnosis by indicating a slowing of conduction in the pontine auditory pathway, which varied in degree with the severity of the clinical manifestations of pontine demyelination.
|Known for Central Pontine Myelinolysis | Brain Stem | Evoked Responses | Chronic Alcoholics | Clinical Manifestations|
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Ronald M Kobayashi:Expert Impact
Concepts for whichRonald M Kobayashihas direct influence:Central pontine myelinolysis, Clinical reappraisal, Cpm patients, Central pontine, Pontine myelinolysis, Patients cpm, Brain stem, Stem auditory.
Ronald M Kobayashi:KOL impact
Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Ronald M Kobayashi has influence:Central pontine myelinolysis, Evoked potentials, Brain stem, Rapid correction, Cerebellar ataxia, Computerized tomography, Alcohol withdrawal.
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