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Cognitive function and diffusion tensor imaging were assessed in a group of 12 patients with early relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (disease duration <or=3 years), and mild clinical disability (expanded disability status scale <or=2), as well as in 12 control subjects. Patients showed impairment in immediate logical memory and delayed recall with the(More)
The aim of this investigation was to evaluate improvement of executive functions after shunt surgery in patients with early normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH). Patients with NPH were assessed before and after shunt surgery with tests shown to be sensitive to damage to the prefrontal cortex (PFC). Significant differences were found between basal and(More)
Locomotor stimulation in the perifornical hypothalamus produces a transient facilitation of subsequent locomotion, a priming effect, such that stepping to a second train of stimulation occurs with a shorter latency of onset and increased amplitude. Neurons responsible for the initiation of this facilitated stepping presumably respond to locomotor(More)
This paper describes surgical and recording procedures that have been developed which permit the simultaneous monitoring of levels of select neurochemicals (via microdialysis) and measures of dentate-evoked field potentials within the hippocampal formation of freely moving adult rats. To test and evaluate these procedures, they were employed to examine(More)
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