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Epilepsy after penetrating head injury. I. Clinical correlates
Of 421 veterans who had penetrating brain wounds in Vietnam 15 years ago, 53% had posttraumatic epilepsy, and one-half of those still had seizures 15 years after injury. The relative risk ofExpand
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Botulinum toxin A and chronic low back pain
Objectives: To investigate the efficacy of botulinum toxin A in chronic low back pain and associated disabilities. Methods: Thirty-one consecutive patients with chronic low back pain who met theExpand
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Language dominance in partial epilepsy patients identified with an fMRI reading task
Background fMRI language tasks readily identify frontal language areas; temporal activation has been less consistent. No studies have compared clinical visual judgment to quantitative region ofExpand
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Congenital mirror movements. Abnormal organization of motor pathways in two patients.
We studied 2 patients with congenital mirror movements by means of various neurophysiological and metabolic techniques, including mapping of motor evoked potentials to transcranial electrical andExpand
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Brain metastasis from ovarian cancer: a systematic review
To review the existing literature on brain metastasis (BM) from ovarian cancer and to assess the frequency, anatomical, clinical and paraclinical information and factors associated with prognosis.Expand
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Treatment of Painful Limbs/Moving Extremities with Botulinum Toxin Type A Injections
doses of opioids. Treatment is often unsatisfactory with few reports of success with sympathetic block, lumbar epidural blocks or epidural spinal cord stimulation [7–9] . We describe herein 2Expand
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Predicting posttraumatic epilepsy in penetrating head injury.
Using data derived from a 15-year follow-up study of 520 veterans surviving penetrating brain wounds received in the Vietnam war, we have developed a predictive formula and tables for posttraumaticExpand
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Brain metastasis in breast cancer: a comprehensive literature review
Abstract This comprehensive review provides information on epidemiology, size, grade, cerebral localization, clinical symptoms, treatments, and factors associated with longer survival in 14,599Expand
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Palatal tremor and myorhythmia in Hashimoto's encephalopathy.
Hashimoto’s encephalopathy (HE) is an autoimmune cerebral vasculitis that affects a subset of patients with Hashimoto’s thyroiditis.1-4⇓⇓⇓ Clinical manifestations include cognitive impairment,Expand
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Sialorrhea: Anatomy, Pathophysiology and Treatment with Emphasis on the Role of Botulinum Toxins
Sialorrhea or excessive drooling is a major issue in children with cerebral palsy and adults with neurodegenerative disorders. In this review, we describe the clinical features, anatomy andExpand
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