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Tuberculous meningitis in Asia [2015] - 168KB
by L Zhang, G Feng, G Zhao
Tuberculous meningitis is an important global medical problem which gives rise to high morbidity and mortality. It is the most severe form of extrapulmonary Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Comprehensive p...

Pattern of circle of Willis between normal subject and patients with carotid atherosclerotic plaque [2015] - 524KB
by HS Kwak, SB Hwang, GH Chung, SY Lee
Objective: We investigated whether circle of Willis (COW) morphology on 3D time-of-flight (TOF) MR angiography differs between young normal subjects, older normal subjects, and patients with carotid a...

Prognostic value of the ABCD2 score on long-term follow-up of transient ischemic attack using the new tissue-based definition [2015] - 345KB
by CC Li, T Tong, YM Yang, ZW Yao, XY Feng
The ABCD2 score is validated for evaluating short-term stroke risk after transient ischemic attack (TIA); however, whether it is able to predict the long-term risk of vascular outcome remains uncertai...

Parkinsonism in corticobasal syndrome may not be primarily due to presynaptic dopaminergic deficiency [2015] - 3,091KB
by JY Yun, JM Kim, HJ Kim, JY Lee, HJ Kim, JS Kim, YK Kim, SE Kim, TB Ahn, BS Jeon
The clinical features of corticobasal degeneration (CBD) are quite asymmetric. The severity of clinical symptoms and dopamine transporter (DAT) bindings were less correlated compared to other parkinso...

Electromyographicanalysis of prevalence and characteristics of radiculopathy in Parkinson’s disease [2015] - 396KB
by DY Kwon, SB Koh, KW Park, BJ Kim
Background & Objectives: To determine the prevalence and characteristics of radiculopathy in Parkinson’s disease (PD) patients through electrodiagnostic tests, to assess associated radicular pain ch...

Age, hypertension, and genetic polymorphisms and their relative associations with white matter hyperintensities in Korean patients with Alzheimer’s disease [2015] - 332KB
by H Jeong, S Son, SK Kim, KJ Park, NC Choi, OY Kwon, B Lim, H Kang
Objectives: White matter hyperintensities are known to influence dementia in Alzheimer’s disease. Genetic components are suggested as putative risk factors for vascular pathology and cognitive decli...

Therapeutic potential of resveratrol for the treatment of type III Gaucher disease [2015] - 1,335KB
by S Yoo, JB Kim
Gaucher disease is the most common lysosomal storage disorder. Resveratrol is a natural polyphenol that possesses a wide range of beneficial effects, including anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant, and neu...

Incidence and predictors of early ankle contracture in adults with acquired brain injury [2015] - 347KB
by N Hamzah, MA Bahari, SJF Abdullah, M Mazlan
Objective: To determine the incidence and predictors of early ankle contracture in adults with acquired brain injury. Methods: A prospective cohort study of patients admitted to Neurosurgical Intensiv...

Thoracic neurogenic tumors: A clinicopathologic evaluation of 42 cases [2015] - 552KB
by EU Akyildiz, U Yalcinkaya
Background & Objective: Neurogenic tumors typically originate from the peripheral nerves, paraganglionic nerves, or the autonomic nervous system. Tumors arising from peripheral nerves are classified a...

Effects of neonatal capsaicin treatment on stress induced analgesia and hyperalgesia in Tail-Flick test in male rats [2015] - 236KB
by Z Sepehri, M Fereidoni, S Niazmand, S Hosseini, M Mahmoudabady
Background & Objective: It is reported that acute forced swimming stress induces analgesia immediately, and chronic stress induces hyperalgesia. Whereas in response to nociceptive stimulation, small-d...

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