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pontine

 [pon´tīn]
pertaining to the pons.

pon·tile

, pontine (pon'tīl; -tēn, -tīn),
Relating to a pons.

pontine

(pŏn′tīn′, -tēn′)
adj.
Of or relating to a pons, especially the pons Varolii.

pon·tile

, pontine (pon'tīl, pon'tēn)
Relating to a pons.
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Complete recovery of central pontine myelinolysis by high dose pulse therapy with methylprednisolone.
In addition, the existing literatures pertaining to WD of MCPs following pontine infarction mainly contain case reports or small-scale retrospective studies because of its low incidence.
In conclusion, herein, a patient with dysarthria-clumsy hand syndrome due to a pontine lacunar stroke is presented who had 'clumsiness' in the form cerebellar type ataxia.
His brain MRI showed atrophy of pons, medulla and cerebellum, and high signals in pons and middle cerebellar peduncle with cruciform pontine hyperintensity (hot cross bun sign) on axial T2W image (Figure-1).
Isabella Ortiz, three, from Bramhall, was diagnosed with a terminal brain tumour - diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma - in June last year and given 12 months to live.
Diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma (DIPG) comprises a heterogeneous class of childhood brainstem cancers that defy molecular stratification and surgical intervention because of their sensitive location.
The osmotic demyelination syndrome (ODS) consisting of central and extra pontine myelinolysis is a relatively rare complication of DKA.
Lucy Moroney (left) was diagnosed last month with Grade 4 Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma (DIPG), and is expected to have only months to live.
Downing was diagnosed with pontine glioma, a type of cancer, and at the start of the month it was confirmed that he had an inoperable brain tumour.
Among the topics are the benefits of market integration: five centuries of prosperity in Roman Italy, the diversification and intensification of Italian agriculture: the complementary roles of the small and wealthy farmer, crafts and trade in minor settlements in north and central Italy: reflections on an ongoing research project, from surface find to consumption trend: a ceramic perspective on the economic history of the Pontine Region in central Italy during the Roman period, and wood and charcoal for Rome: towards an understanding of ancient regional fuel economics.
Abbie's Army was founded in memory of six-year-old Abbie Mifsud to fund research into Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma, the most fatal form of childhood brain cancer.