Volume 63 January - December 1940 A form of familial presenile dementia with spastic paralysis. C . WorsterDrought, JG . Greenfield and WH . McMenemey. Pages 237 - 254. http://www3.oup.co.uk/jnls/supplements/braini/hdb/Volume_63/Issue_03/630237.sgm.
Dorlands Medical Dictionary syndrome. hereditary cerebrospinal paralysis, hereditary spastic paraplegia.hyperkalemic periodic paralysis, see familial periodic p. http://www.mercksource.com/pp/us/cns/cns_hl_dorlands.jspzQzpgzEzzSzppdocszSzuszS
Bibliography Refsum S, Skillicorn SA (1954) Amyotrophic familial spastic paraplegia. Neurology4407. Rhein J (1914) Family spastic paralysis. J Nerv Ment Dis 44115-44. http://www.med.umich.edu/hsp/bibliography.htm
Extractions: Hereditary spastic paraplegia Bibliography Baraitser M. ; Motulsky AG, Bobrow M, Harper PS, Scriver C, editors.The Genetics of Neurological Disorders. 2nd ed. New York: Oxford University Press, 1990; 15, Spastic paraplegia/HSP. p. 275-90. Behan W, Maia M (1974) Strumpell's familial spastic paraplegia: genetics and neuropathology. J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry 37:8-20. Boustany RN, Fleischnick E, Alper CA, Marazita ML, Spense MA, Martin JB, Kolodny EH (1987) The autosomal dominant form of "pure" familial spastic paraplegia. Neurology 37:910-5. Bruyn RPM, van Deutekom J, Frants RR, Padberg GW (1993) Hereditary spastic paraparesis: clinical and genetic data from a large Dutch family. Clin Neurol Neurosurg 95:125-9. Cambi F, Tartaglino L, Lublin FD, McCarren D (1995) X-linked pure familial spastic paraparesis: characterization of a large kindred with magnetic resonance imaging studies. Arch Neurol 52:665-9. Cartlidge N, Bone G (1973) Sphincter involvement in hereditary spastic paraplegia. Neurology 23:1160-3. Claus D, Waddy HM, Harding AE (1990) Hereditary motor and sensory neuropathies and hereditary spastic paraplegia: a magnetic stimulation study. Ann Neurol 28:43-9.
Health Library - Paraplegia, Hereditary Spastic covered by this report. Synonyms. familial spastic Paraplegia; FSP; HSP;spastic Spinal familial paralysis; Strumpell's familial Paraplegia; http://health_info.nmh.org/Library/HealthGuide/IllnessConditions/topic.asp?hwid=
Health Library - Fahr's Disease with increased muscle stiffness (rigidity) and restricted movements (spastic paralysis). reportsin the medical literature, Fahr's Disease is often familial. http://health_info.nmh.org/Library/HealthGuide/IllnessConditions/topic.asp?hwid=
Extractions: Because of the growing importance of genetics and molecular biology various researcher (groups) try to find out, whether the different forms of this illness can be attributed to one or several genes (carrier of genetic information). And they want to find which ways the devolution runs within the families.
Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia The Official Patient's Sourcebook on HEREDITARY spastic PARAPLEGIA (familial spasticParaplegia; spastic Spinal familial paralysis; Strumpell Disease; Strumpell http://www.icongrouponline.com/health/Hereditary_Spastic_Paraplegia.html
Extractions: (Familial Spastic Paraplegia; Spastic Spinal Familial Paralysis; Strumpell Disease; Strumpell-Lorrain Familial Spasmodic Paraplegia; Strumpell-Lorraine Syndrome; Strumpell's Familial Paraplegia) Revised and Updated for the Internet Age Paperback Book Order by phone: 800-843-2665 (within USA) 1-201-272-3651 (from outside USA) Electronic File * E-Book version sent via e-mail in 2 business days Electronic File * E-Book version sent via e-mail in 2 business days Pages Price $28.95(USD) ISBN Published Synopsis A comprehensive manual for anyone interested in self-directed research on Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia. Fully referenced with ample Internet listings and glossary. Related Conditions/Synonyms Familial Spastic Paraplegia; Spastic Spinal Familial Paralysis; Strumpell Disease; Strumpell-Lorrain Familial Spasmodic Paraplegia; Strumpell-Lorraine Syndrome; Strumpell's Familial Paraplegia Description Table of Contents Introduction Overview Organization Scope Moving Forward PART I: THE ESSENTIALS Chapter 1. The Essentials on Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia: Guidelines
Paralysis Resources for paralysis. familial spastic paraplegia. Published by CaFDirectory. email@example.com. paralysis the loss of muscle power. http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/innerpage2.asp?Code=FB&Topic=303
HEALTHMEDNET familial Non Hemolytic Non Obstructive Jaundice. familial Periodic paralysis.familial Polyposis. familial spastic Paraparesis. familial Tremor. Family Health. http://www.epscorp.com/healthmednet/f.htm
Extractions: The names were derived from the specific illness/disease source directories. Therefore, there are some variations in the names. When ordering a list of URLs for your illness/disease, where possible, include the general usage, technical, acronym, and/or abbreviation names. Fabry Disease Facelifts Facet Degeneration (Low Back Pain) Facet Joint Problems Facial and Head Injuries Facial Asymmetry Facial Dermatoses Facial Hemiatrophy Facial Infection Facial Injuries (Cheek, Chin, or Jaw) Facial Injury: First Aid Facial Nerve Paralysis Facial Nerve Problems Facial Nerve Weakness or Paralysis (Bell's Palsy) Facial Neuralgia (Tic Douloureux) Facial Pain Facial Pain and Sinus Pain Facial Palsy Facial Paralysis Facial Tics Facioscapulohumeral Facioscapulohumeral Muscular Dystrophy (Landouzy-Dejerine) Facio-Scapulo-Humeral-Muscular D. Factitious Disorders Factitious Hyperthyroidism Factitous Disorder Factor II Deficiency Factor IX Deficiency Factor IX Hemophilia Factor V Deficiency Factor VII Deficiency Factor VIII Deficiency Hemophilia Factor X Deficiency Factor XII (Hageman Factor) Deficiency Factor XIII Deficiency Fahr's Disease Fahr's Syndrome Failure failure to thrive Fainting Fainting and Dizziness Fainting- What Causes It Fainting: Action Fainting: First Aid Fairbank Disease Falciparum Malaria Fall Allergies Fallopian Tube Fallopian tube procedures [in Infertility] Fallot's Tetrology Falls Falls and Hip Fractures Falls, Old Age
Full Listing DEFECTS AND ABNORMALITIES, BRACHIAL PLEXUS paralysis, BRAIN INJURED familial HYPERCHOLESTEROLAEMIA,familial HYPERLIPIDAEMIA, familial spastic PARAPLEGIA, FAMILY http://www.doctor.gp/help/full_listing.htm
SPF - Home Page are Hereditary spastic Paraplegia, familial spastic Paraparesis (or Disease, HereditaryCharcotDisease, spastic Spinal paralysis, Diplegia Spinalis http://www.sp-foundation.org/
Extractions: NEW: Cookbook! Info Here 2003 Research Grant Program The SPF is a non-profit organization dedicated to neurological disorders Hereditary Spastic Paraparesis* (HSP) and Primary Lateral Sclerosis (PLS). Information on the SPF here and on the disorders here SPF VISION: The day where all individuals with HSP or PLS are diagnosed, treated and cured. SPF MISSION: We are committed to: *Creating opportunities for mutual support and sharing Get information about HSP and PLS and about the SPF Information about the Disorders (PDF Format) Basic information English En español En français What's Happening in My Body? English En español To make a tax-deductable donation: Click here. To get involved, please use the email link below. Subscribe To The SPF E-News!
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Extractions: The disorder involves attacks of muscle weakness or paralysis alternating with periods of normal muscle function. Attacks usually begin in adolescence but can occur before age 10. Attacks of intermittent weakness that do not begin until adulthood are rare and usually caused by other disorders. The frequency of attacks varies from daily to yearly. Episodes of muscle weakness may last for a few hours or persist for several days.
Extractions: search help staff Patients and laypersons looking for guidance among the target sources of this collection of links are strongly advised to review the information retrieved with their professional health care provider. Communication Disorders Int'l Dyslexia Association, IDA , including the What is Dyslexia? Children and Adults with Dyslexia - Educational Issues - ERIC-EC The British Dyslexia Association - (UK) Dyslexia - The Gift Dyslexia Teacher JM Kuster Dyslexia Resources G Row ] - (UK) The British Dyslexia Association The American Hyperlexia Association The Canadian Hyperlexia Association Hyperlexia and Language Disorders C Miller Learning disabilities in mathematics (Dyscalculia) - LD Online Dyscalculia .org Communication Issues Associated with Aging D Kergil ]- Puget Sound Univ. About the Brain and Language Earles et al. ] - Furman College (US) Speech Disorders - Healthtouch , a few chapters online from the book [ TD Kehoe Stuttering Home Page [ ] - via Mankato State Univ. The Stuttering Foundation of America Information on Stuttering SD Thiele The National Center for Stuttering - (US) The Stuttering Page at East Carolina University (US) The British Stammering Association - (UK) The Association for Research into Stammering in Childhood CAPS - Canadian Assoc. for People Who Stutter (CA)
Birth Disorder Information Directory - P Paroxysmal NonKinesigenic Dyskinesia See Choreoathetosis, familial Paroxysmal. PowellVenencie Gordon Syndrome (Keratoderma Palmoplantar spastic paralysis) http://www.bdid.com/defectp.htm
Extractions: HOME P-4 Deletion Syndrome p47-PHOX, Deficiency of p67-PHOX, Deficiency of Pachydermopreiostosis (Hypertrophic Osteoarthropathy, Primary or Idiopathic) Pachyonychia Congenita Pagod Syndrome Pagon Bird Detter Syndrome (Anemia Sideroblastic Spinocerebellar Ataxia) Pagon Syndrome Pallister Syndrome Pallister Hall Syndrome (Hypothalamic Hamartoblastoma, Hypopituitarism, Imperperforate Anus, and Postaxial Polydactyly) Pallister Killian Syndrome V-KI-RAS2 KIRSTEN RAT SARCOMA 2 VIRAL ONCOGENE HOMOLOG; KRAS2