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Lack of vegetative and endocrine circadian rhythms in fatal familial thalamic degeneration


, : Lack of vegetative and endocrine circadian rhythms in fatal familial thalamic degeneration. Clinical Endocrinology 26(5): 573-580

A total lack of neuroendocrine and vegetative circadian rhythms was observed in a patient with a familial degeneration of the anterior and dorso-medial thalamic nuclei. Our findings support the role of the thalamus in regulating the periodicity of endocrine and vegetative functions.

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