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THE SHY-DRAGER SYNDROME - WHAT DID SHY AND DRAGER REALLY DESCRIBE

QUINN, NP; WENNING, G; MARSDEN, CD; (1995) THE SHY-DRAGER SYNDROME - WHAT DID SHY AND DRAGER REALLY DESCRIBE. ARCH NEUROL-CHICAGO , 52 (7) 656 - 657.

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Abstract

In 1960, Milton Shy and Glenn Drager(1) described a neurological syndrome associated with orthostatic hypotension. Since that time, the term Shy-Drager syndrome has been widely used and even more widely abused. We, therefore, feel that a reexamination of both the term and of the original article is appropriate.

Type:Article
Title:THE SHY-DRAGER SYNDROME - WHAT DID SHY AND DRAGER REALLY DESCRIBE
Keywords:SYSTEM
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Brain Sciences > Institute of Neurology

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