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Handedness and hemispheric language dominance in healthy humans.
- S. Knecht, B. Dräger, +5 authors H. Henningsen
- Psychology, Medicine
- Brain : a journal of neurology
- 1 December 2000
In most people the left hemisphere of the brain is dominant for language. Because of the increased incidence of atypical right-hemispheric language in left-handed neurological patients, a systematic… Expand
Language lateralization in healthy right-handers.
Our knowledge about the variability of cerebral language lateralization is derived from studies of patients with brain lesions and thus possible secondary reorganization of cerebral functions. In… Expand
Characteristics of Susac syndrome: a review of all reported cases
In Susac syndrome, occlusions of microvessels—presumed to be mediated by an autoimmune response to an as yet unknown antigen—lead to a characteristic clinical triad of CNS dysfunction, branch retinal… Expand
AVERAGE: a Windows® program for automated analysis of event related cerebral blood flow
- M. Deppe, S. Knecht, H. Henningsen, E. Ringelstein
- Psychology, Medicine
- Journal of Neuroscience Methods
- 22 August 1997
Functional transcranial Doppler sonography (fTCD) is used to measure changes in brain perfusion during different states of brain activity by evaluating flow velocities within the major brain… Expand
Dual Antiplatelet Therapy With Clopidogrel and Aspirin in Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis Evaluated Using Doppler Embolic Signal Detection: The Clopidogrel and Aspirin for Reduction of Emboli in…
Background—Evidence for efficacy of dual antiplatelet therapy in stroke is limited. Symptomatic carotid stenosis patients are at high risk of early recurrent stroke. In this group, asymptomatic… Expand
Consensus on Microembolus Detection by TCD
Transcranial Doppler ultrasound is capable of detecting microembolic material, both gaseous and solid, within the intracranial cerebral arteries. To avoid discrediting this promising and exciting new… Expand
Cervical artery dissection—clinical features, risk factors, therapy and outcome in 126 patients
Abstract.The highly variable clinical course of cervical artery dissections still poses a major challenge to the treating physician. This study was conducted (1) to describe the differences in… Expand
Evaluation of Cerebral Vasomotor Reactivity by Various Vasodilating Stimuli: Comparison of CO2 to Acetazolamide
- E. Ringelstein, S. V. van Eyck, I. Mertens
- Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism…
- 1 January 1992
To evaluate the role of different vasomotor stimuli for the measurement of cerebrovascular vasomotor reactivity (VMR), 47 patients (i.e., 93 hemispheres) with various degrees of internal carotid… Expand
Noninvasive determination of language lateralization by functional transcranial Doppler sonography: a comparison with the Wada test.
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Functional transcranial Doppler ultrasonography (fTCD) can assess event-related changes in cerebral blood flow velocities and, by comparison between sides, can provide a… Expand
Serum C-reactive protein is linked to cerebral microstructural integrity and cognitive function
Objective: C-reactive protein is a marker of inflammation and vascular disease. It also seems to be associated with an increased risk of dementia. To better understand potential underlying… Expand