By H. Narabayashi M.D. (auth.), F. John Gillingham, Edward R. Hitchcock (eds.)
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In one case of Little's disease, postoperative nystagmus and intention tremor of the hands were observed for a few days. On re-checking the peroperative X-rays of these cases, we have the impression that the coagulation were to high and too medial. In other words, the lesion probably reached the medial nuclei (Nucleus globosus, nucleus emboliformis and maybe nucleus fastigius) . In a 4 years old child suffering from spastic tetraplegia, a bilateral dentatotomy resulted in a total disappearance of spasticity.
Ouaknine (1965), La Radicotomie Selective Posterieure dans Ie traitement de I'hypertoni pyramidale. Travail de la Clinique Neuro-Chirurgicale, CHU Montpellier. Pedersen (1969), Spasticity. American Lectures Series, n. 752. Penzholz (1956), Chirurgische Eingriffe am Nervensystem bei spastischen Uihmungen. Zbl. Neurochir. 16, 331-342. Pollock, Davies (1930), Reflex activities of decerebrate animal. J. Compo Neurol. 50, 377-411. Price, Hull, Buchwald (1971), Intracellular response of dorsal horn cells to cutaneous and sural A and C fiber stimuli.
All subsided except in one patient, who had persistent ataxia following dentate ablation. l 4 50 N. T. Zervas: lesion into the vestibular nuclei, since some nystagmus was present as well. No patient developed late cerebellar ataxia. Three patients underwent dentatectomy for parkinsonian rigidity and tremor. One patient was available for follow-up eight years following operation and continued to have relief of parkinsonian rigidity. However, the interpretation was clouded by the fact that the patient was also receiving Levodopa therapy.
Advances in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery 2: Proceedings of the 2nd Meeting of the European Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, Madrid 1975 by H. Narabayashi M.D. (auth.), F. John Gillingham, Edward R. Hitchcock (eds.)