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Functional changes of the basal ganglia circuitry in Parkinson's disease
The cost of headache disorders in Europe: the Eurolight project
This is the first comprehensive estimation of how economic resources are lost to headache in Europe, and it is hoped that this will help clarify the financial costs of headaches in Europe.
The impact of headache in Europe: principal results of the Eurolight project
The common headache disorders have very high personal impact in the EU, with important implications for health policy, and most measures indicated higher impact among females.
Italian guidelines for primary headaches: 2012 revised version
- P. Sarchielli, F. Granella, G. Zanchin
- Medicine, PsychologyThe Journal of Headache and Pain
- 1 May 2012
The first edition of the Italian diagnostic and therapeutic guidelines for primary headaches in adults was published in J Headache Pain 2(Suppl. 1):105–190 in 2001 and a section was dedicated to non-pharmacological treatment.
Systemic nitroglycerin induces Fos immunoreactivity in brainstem and forebrain structures of the rat
Botulinum toxin and neuromotor rehabilitation: An integrated approach to idiopathic cervical dystonia
Assessment of the association of BTX‐A therapy with a specific program of physical therapy may improve ICD treatment outcome and shows more marked reductions in disabilities and subjective pain.
Relationship between hallucinations, delusions, and rapid eye movement sleep behavior disorder in Parkinson's disease
It is suggested that RBD is widely associated with psychosis in Parkinson's disease, and independent clinical factors found to have an effect on psychotic disorders were cognitive impairment, disease duration, advanced age, and severity of motor symptoms.
ATP13A2 missense mutations in juvenile parkinsonism and young onset Parkinson disease
It is confirmed that ATP13A2 homozygous mutations are associated with human parkinsonism, and the associated genotypic and clinical spectrum is expanded, by describing a homozygOUS missense mutation in this gene in a patient with a phenotype milder than that initially associated with ATP 13A2 mutations (Kufor-Rakeb syndrome).
Cerebellar ataxia, neuropathy, vestibular areflexia syndrome due to RFC1 repeat expansion
The full disease phenotype, including progression of ataxia, in 100 confirmed carriers of RFC1 repeat expansions is described, which should be considered in all cases of sensory ataxic neuropathy, particularly if cerebellar dysfunction, cerebellary involvement and cough coexist.
Rational modulation of the innate immune system for neuroprotection in ischemic stroke
Immunity cells exert a dualistic role on the evolution of ischemic brain damage, since the classic phenotypes promote injury, whereas alternatively activated M2 macrophages or N2 neutrophils prompt tissue remodeling and repair.