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A Co-Operative Study: Clinical Characteristics of 334 Korean Patients with Moyamoya Disease Treated at Neurosurgical Institutes (1976–1994)
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Treatment policies, including indications for bypass surgery and commonly used drugs, were somewhat different according to the institution, and overall favorable outcome was 73%, and the most significant factor affecting poor outcome was haemorrhagic manifestation. Expand
The clinical characteristics of motor function in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients with complete corticospinal tract injury.
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Investigation of the clinical characteristics of motor function in chronic hemiparetic stroke patients with complete CST injury found that motor weaknesses of distal joint musculature and upper extremities were more severe than those of proximal joint musculation and lower extremities following complete injury of the CST in stroke. Expand
Evidence of Corticospinal Tract Injury at Midbrain in Patients With Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
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Injury of the corticospinal tract at the midbrain appears to be one of the various pathophysiological mechanisms for motor weakness after subarachnoid hemorrhage. Expand
Periventricular White Matter Injury by Primary Intraventricular Hemorrhage: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study
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Periventricular white matter (fornix, CC, and CR) injury following IVH is found and it is thought that this result would be helpful in the establishment of management strategies for patients with IVH. Expand
Characteristics of injury of the corticospinal tract and corticoreticular pathway in hemiparetic patients with putaminal hemorrhage
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The results indicate that the putaminal hemorrhage frequently accompanies injury of both the CST and CRP, and the CRP appears to be more vulnerable to putaminals hemorrhage than the CST. Expand
Injury of Fornix in Patients With Intracerebral Hemorrhage
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It is believed that the fornix of patients with ICH could be evaluated using DTT, and it is reported on six patients who showed complete disruption of theFornix body following ICH. Expand
Corticospinal Tract Change in the Unaffected Hemisphere at the Early Stage of Intracerebral Hemorrhage: A Diffusion Tensor Tractography Study
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Investigation of changes in the corticospinal tract in the unaffected hemisphere at the early stage in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage, using diffusion tensor tractography (DTT), demonstrated that the CST in the affected hemisphere was changed at the late stage. Expand
Injury of the mammillothalamic tract in patients with subarachnoid haemorrhage: a retrospective diffusion tensor imaging study
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It is found that patients with SAH showed injury of the MTT and this injury showed correlation with cognitive dysfunction. Expand
Transpontine Connection Fibers between Corticospinal Tracts in Hemiparetic Patients with Intracerebral Hemorrhage
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TCF appears to represent a compensatory mechanism associated with motor weakness or CST injury in patients with ICH, and was found to be closely related to motor function reduction in affected extremities. Expand
Injuries of the Cingulum and Fornix After Rupture of an Anterior Communicating Artery Aneurysm: A Diffusion Tensor Tractography Study
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It is believed that sustained memory impairment of patients with an ACoA aneurysm rupture might be related to injury of the cingulum and fornix and evaluated with diffusion tensor tractography. Expand
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