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The epidemiology of multiple sclerosis in Europe
TLDR
Comparing epidemiological indices among European countries is a hard task and often leads only to approximate estimates, which represents a major methodological concern when evaluating the MS burden in Europe and when implementing specific cost‐of‐illness studies.
Abnormal Modulatory Influence of Diffuse Noxious Inhibitory Controls in Migraine and Chronic Tension-Type Headache Patients
TLDR
A dysfunction in systems subserving DNICs in both migraine and CTTH is demonstrated, demonstrating that impairment of endogenous supraspinal pain modulation systems may contribute to the development and/or maintenance of central sensitization in primary headaches.
Electromyographic differentiation of tremors
  • I. Milanov
  • Medicine, Psychology
    Clinical Neurophysiology
  • 1 September 2001
Asymmetrical Reduction of the Nociceptive Flexion Reflex Threshold in Cluster Headache
TLDR
The RIII reflex threshold (Tr) and the threshold of pain sensation (Tp) were significantly reduced on the symptomatic side in patients with episodic CH during the bout, which may suggest a role for secondary central sensitization in pain pathways.
Therapeutic Use of Nicergoline
TLDR
The efficacy of nicergoline combined with a favourable safety and tolerability profile at commonly applied doses (60 mg/day) make this agent a valuable therapy in patients with mild to moderate dementia, vascular diseases and balance disorders.
Prevalence of Multiple Sclerosis in Gypsies and Bulgarians
TLDR
An epidemiological study was conducted in two small regions of Bulgaria and it was concluded that multiple sclerosis is less common in Gypsies than in whites living in the same areas.
A Comparison of Methods to Assess the Excitability of Lower Motoneurones
  • I. Milanov
  • Medicine, Biology
    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences…
  • 1 February 1992
TLDR
The F-wave is a more sensitive method than the TA and H-reflexes in assessing the excitability of the lower motoneurone in patients with spastic hemiparesis following a stroke.
Electrophysiological evidence for trigeminal neuron sensitization in patients with migraine.
TLDR
The findings suggest that sensorimotor mechanisms and/or pain control systems at the trigeminal level are impaired in migraine, and the bilateral location of these abnormalities seems to point to a centrally located dysfunction.
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