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Electric injury is a common physical injury in daily life. Because of the low resistance of vascular tissue, vascular injury and thrombosis are frequently found in cases of high-voltage electric… Continue Reading
Nummular headache (NH) is a newly categorized headache disorder characterized by a consistent clinicographics in each attack. Currently, it is considered as a primary headache disorder due to… Continue Reading
Nummular headache (NH) is a newly categorized primary headache characterized by a consistent location, shape and size of painful area in each attack. The etiopathogenesis is entirely unknown.… Continue Reading
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE The salt-and-pepper pain is a characteristic sensory disturbance confined to the eyes and regional facial structures. Although a poor prognosis has been mentioned in previously… Continue Reading
Although a previous or recent history of varicella-zoster virus (VZV) infection is known to increase the risk of stroke in both children and adults, the influence of zoster sine herpetic remains… Continue Reading
Paramethoxymethamphetamine (PMMA) is an emerging and prevalent psychoactive drug with a structure analogous to amphetamine and related psychostimulants. However, the neurobehavioral effect is only… Continue Reading
Objective: To report an unusual involvement of focal distal muscles but not proximal muscles in a patient with hypokalemic periodic paralysis (hypoPP). Clinical Presentation and Intervention: A… Continue Reading
ABSTRACTDespite the growing importance and popularity of augmented reality (AR) technologies in hospitality and tourism, little research to identify the degree of user adoption, particularly in the...
OBJECTIVE Cheiro-pedal syndrome (CPS) is an incomplete sensory disorder confined to hand and foot and is generally considered a benign entity. However, knowledge comes from case report or case series… Continue Reading
Background: Although it has been established that antiphospholipid antibodies (APAbs) bind to and modulate the signaling of cerebellar neurons in vitro, the clinical correlation between increased… Continue Reading