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Epilepsy in Southeast Asia, how much have we closed the management gap in past two decades? [2020] - 375KB
by Kheng-Seang Lim, Zhi-Jien Chia, Moe-Zaw Myint, Kazi Jannat Ara, Yong-Chuan Chee, Woon-Theng Heng, Thanmidraaj-Kaur Balraj Singh, Janice-Ying-Qian Ong, Slocahnah SreeKumar, Minh-An Thuy Lee, Si-Lei Fong, Chong-Tin Tan
The last review on epilepsy in Southeast Asian (SEA) countries was reported in 1997. This review aimed to update the understanding of epilepsy management in this region over the past 23 years. There h...

Efficacy and safety of endovascular treatment vs medical treatment in anterior circulation stroke beyond 6 Hours: A systematic review and metaanalysis [2020] - 809KB
by Zixu Zhao, Xin Jiang, Ying Zhang, Zixiao Yin, Guohui Lu, Yang Wang, Michael Hall, Lingfeng Lai
Background & Objective: Endovascular treatment is the widely accepted treatment for patients with anterior circulation stroke within 6 hours of onset of stroke. We aimed to evaluate the advantages of ...

Clinical predictors of early neurological deterioration in patients with acute minor ischemic stroke [2020] - 333KB
by Yoon Jung Kang, Sang Min Sung, Yuri Je, Jaeseob Yun, Nae Ri Kim, Suk Min Lee, Han Jin Cho
Background: Early neurological deterioration is a critical determinant of functional outcome in patients with acute minor ischemic stroke. This study aimed to identify clinical predictors of early neu...

The study of intermediate-term survival of the patients with cerebral venous sinus thrombosis [2020] - 340KB
by Afshin Borhani-Haghighi, Soroush Ghannadi, Anahid Safari, Mojtaba Neydavoudi, Maryam Poursadeghfard, Nahid Ashjazadeh, Etrat Hooshmandi
Objective: This study aimed to investigate the intermediate survival of patients with cerebral venous sinus thrombosis (CVST). Methods: This is a retrospective study recruiting patients with a definit...

Does the presence of ideomotor apraxia in stroke patients adversely affect rehabilitation outcomes? A prospective study [2020] - 423KB
by Sacide Nur Saracgil Cosar, Selin Ozen, Selin Taflan Selcuk, Oya Umit Yemisci
Background and Objectives: Ideomotor apraxia is an inability to perform a gesture following a verbal command despite having intact knowledge of the task. The presence of ideomotor apraxia may negative...

How many more seizure remission can we achieve with epilepsy surgeries in a general epilepsy population? [2020] - 264KB
by Si-Lei Fong, Kheng-Seang Lim, Khine Yee Mon, Sherrini Ahmad Bazir, Chong- Tin Tan
Background & Objective: We knew that 63.6% of the epilepsy population can be seizure free with the use of anti-epileptic drugs (AED), but are unsure how many more with epilepsy surgeries. We aimed to ...

Varicella and isolated acute peripheral facial nerve palsy: A systematic review on natural history, prognosis and treatment [2020] - 397KB
by Lip Yuen Teng, Wai Quen Lee, Aina Mariana Binti Abdul Manaf
Background & Objective: Varicella is a common infection during childhood and generally self-limiting. However, it can rarely cause neurological complications. Isolated acute peripheral facial palsy (A...

Covid-19 perception and self reported impact of pandemic on Parkinson’s disease symptoms of patients with physically independent Parkinson’s disease [2020] - 372KB
by Bahar SAY, Betül ÖZENÇ, Ufuk ERGÜN
Objective: The novel coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic has affected many people with chronic diseases, including Parkinson’s disease (PD). We aimed to investigate the perception of Covid-...

Assessment of visual evoked potentials in migraineurs: A cross-sectional study [2020] - 542KB
by Nisha N Shenoy, Gaurang K Gheewala, Rakshith Kedambadi, Shivanand Pai, Misri Zulfikli K, Ramesh Naidu, Rohit Pai, Feral Daruwala
Background & Objective: Many studies demonstrated that migraine patients have an interictal habituation and deficit of visual evoked potentials. Controversially, other studies could not reproduce simi...

White matter hyperintensities and carotid intima media thikness In migraine without aura patients [2020] - 467KB
by Mehtap Kocatürk, Özcan Kocatürk
Background: Migraine is associated with atherosclerosis and white matter hyperintensities. This study aims to evaluate the relationship between white matter hyperintensities and carotid intima-media t...

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