Aicardi

Ai·car·di

(ī-kahr'dē),
J. Dennis, 20th-century French neurologist. See: Aicardi syndrome.
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The Des Plaines couple's 6-week-old daughter, Sadie, was diagnosed with Aicardi syndrome, a rare genetic disorder that occurs only in girls and can cause multiple seizures each day, severe developmental delays and low muscle tone.
The Texas family moved to Colorado last November so Madelynn could get treatment for Aicardi Syndrome, a disease that causes infantile spasms and made her legally blind.
The two-year-old, from Eston, suffers from rare Aicardi syndrome - a condition which affects just 4,000 worldwide.
See: Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum; Aicardi Syndrome
ETIOLOGY Name of the Study Aicardi and Phillips and Veena Kalra et.
Given that environmental contexts have been shown to have negative influences on individuals who formerly used alcohol (Zironi, Burattini, Aicardi, & Janak, 2006), those attempting to abstain from AOD use, as well as those attempting to maintain their recovery status, may be easily triggered both by the college environment and by experiencing the social context of the consequences encountered by their peers.
Aicardi, Brenda Buckley, Sandra Fryc, Maureen Harrington, Beth Mercer, Gwen Molina, Jason Palitsch, Suzanne Remington, Judy Vedder and Cindy Wright.
The primary diagnoses of the clients were listed as Cerebral palsy, Multiple sclerosis, Rhett syndrome, Developmental delay, Spinal muscular atrophy, Mitochondrial respiratory disorder, Tay-Sachs disease, Pelizaeus-Merzbacher disease, Spastic quadriplegia, C5/6 Tetraplegia, Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, Aicardi syndrome, Batten's syndromejuvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis, Congenital physical and intellectual disability, Schizencephaly, Congenital myopathy, Friedreich's ataxia, Macrocephally capillary malformation syndrome, Cerebral vascular accident, and Microcephaly.
Segun el coleccionista de musica Oscar Martinez Quintero, quien trabajo desde 1951 por casi cincuenta anos como programador radial en diferentes emisoras del Valle del Cauca, esta es una parte de la cancion "Tan bella y tan presumida" atribuida a Ruth Iriarte y es un exito de musica "tropical" a finales de los anos sesenta en Colombia; es grabada e interpretada por grupos como Los graduados y Los hispanos en la voz de Gustavo Quintero y Rodolfo Aicardi, los Melodicos de Venezuela y el grupo los Beta 5 de Peru (Martinez, 2012).
8,9) Arachnoid cysts can also be associated with mucopolysaccharidosis, neurofibromatosis type 1, schizencephaly, Aicardi syndrome, and Landau Kleffner syndrome.