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On arrival of the patient in the department on 21-12-60, light coma with maintenance of corneal reflex and reactivity to pinching. On examination, diffuse muscular hypertonicity of the pyramidal type was observed with seizures of edecrebrate rigidity. Tendon reflexes were brisk and symmetric, Babinski response present bilaterally. Respiration was regular at 32/min. There was expiratory dyspnoea and slight cyanosis of the extremities. Measurement of arterial pressure was impossible, although femoral pulses were detected.
12. Magnification x 40 - Nissl stain. Right frontal pole: gliosis and vascular proliferation in the axis of the convolution. of cerebellar white matter in myelin stains; recent subarachnoid hemorrhage ; intense diffuse vasostasis. Case no. 14. P A R . . - e 1119 Female, 82 years. Accidental intoxication. Deep coma with cardiovascular collapse ; regression of coma in 5 days; free interval of 5 days, followed by obnubilation; development of diffuse hypertonia; death 13 days after intoxication. Macroscopic examination : brain congested, with dilated veins ; no anomalies noted on vertical transverse section of the hemispheres.