Monomelic Amyotrophy - Further Reading

Further Reading

  • Di Muzio, A.; Pizzi, C. D.; Lugaresi, A.; Ragno, M.; Uncini, A. (1994). "Benign monomelic amyotrophy of lower limb: A rare entity with a characteristic muscular CT". Journal of the Neurological Sciences 126 (2): 153–161. doi:10.1016/0022-510X(94)90266-6. PMID 7853021. edit
  • Guglielmo, G. D.; Brahe, C.; Di Muzio, A.; Uncini, A. (1996). "Benign monomelic amyotrophies of upper and lower limb are not associated to deletions of survival motor neuron gene". Journal of the neurological sciences 141 (1–2): 111–113. doi:10.1016/0022-510X(96)00154-2. PMID 8880702. edit
  • Münchau, A.; Rosenkranz, T. (2000). "Benign Monomelic Amyotrophy of the Lower Limb – Case Report and Brief Review of the Literature". European Neurology 43 (4): 238–240. doi:10.1159/000008183. PMID 10828656. edit
  • Freitas, M. R. G. D.; Nascimento, O. J. M. (2000). "Benign monomelic amyotrophy: A study of twenty-one cases". Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria 58 (3B): 808–813. doi:10.1590/S0004-282X2000000500003. PMID 11018815. edit
  • Neves, M. A.; Freitas, M. R.; Mello, M. P.; Dumard, C. H.; Freitas, G. R.; Nascimento, O. J. (2007). "Benign monomelic amyotrophy with proximal upper limb involvement: Case report". Arquivos de neuro-psiquiatria 65 (2B): 524–527. doi:10.1590/S0004-282X2007000300032. PMID 17665029. edit

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