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April 1950

NEUROLOGIC CONDITIONS OCCURRING AS COMPLICATIONS OF PREGNANCY

Author Affiliations

Neurosurgeon, Guthrie Clinic SAYRE, PA.

Arch NeurPsych. 1950;63(4):611-644. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1950.02310220078008
Abstract

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

  • Conditions Due to Drugs

    • Hemorrhagic Encephalopathy Due to Treatment with Arsphenamine in Pregnancy

    • Cerebral Damage Due to General Anesthesia

    • Intoxication Due to Sulfonamides

    • Damage to Nervous System Due to Spinal Anesthesia

    • Effects of Abortifacients

  • Conditions Due to Vitamin Deficiency

    • Polyneuritis Associated with Pernicious Vomiting

    • Beriberi and Wernicke's Encephalopathy

  • Conditions Due to Trauma

    • Maternal Lumbosacral Plexus Paralyses During Delivery

    • Pressure Paralysis of Peripheral Nerves from Injury Received During Anesthesia

    • Extrusion of Intervertebral Disks During Pregnancy or Delivery

  • Neoplasms

    • Chorionic Carcinoma

    • Effect of Pregnancy on Neoplasms and Angiomas

  • Conditions of Unknown Origin

    • Visual Field Defects Supposedly Due to Swelling of the Hypophysis During Pregnancy

    • Effect of Pregnancy on Epilepsy

    • Effect of Pregnancy on Multiple Sclerosis

    • Effect of Pregnancy on Myasthenia Gravis

    • So-Called Myelitis of Pregnancy

    • Psychoses Associated with Pregnancy

  • Summary

CONDITIONS DUE TO DRUGS  HEMORRHAGIC ENCEPHALOPATHY DUE TO TREATMENT WITH ARSPHENAMINE IN PREGNANCYCole51 stated that young adults

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