HUM-MOLGEN DIAGnostics/Clinical Research

2 March 1998

Dear Editors:

My name is Andras Lengyel, I'm a hungarian neurologist. I have a young male patient, who suffers in slowly progressive spastic paraparesis and incontinentia urinae.Other neurological signs absents.

He had these tests: Cranial CT: negative Cranial MRI: negative Spinal cord MRI: negative Liquor: negative /oligoclonal gamma band to/ SPECT: minimal biparietal changes Electroneurography: sensorial degeneration in inferior limbs

I think probably he has adrenomyeloneuropathy. But in Hungary the necessary biochemical tests are not available.

Could You please help me?

Your faithfully

dr Andras Lengyel
Diosgyori Neurologia 3520 Miskolc Korhaz u. 1 Hungary