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CSF choline levels in groups of patients with cranial trauma or extrapyramidal disorders.
  1. F Flentge,
  2. W M Hajonides-van Der Meulen,
  3. J P Lakke,
  4. A W Teelken

    Abstract

    Choline levels in lumbar cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) were measured in patients with craniocerebral trauma (N = 67), Parkinson's disease (N = 20), miscellaneous extrapyramidal disorders (N = 28) and Huntington's chorea (N = 5). No differences in CSF choline levels were observed between these diagnostic groups and a group of neurological controls (N = 22). However, CSF choline levels were found to increase with age.

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