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Treatment of cervical artery dissection: a systematic review and meta-analysis
- R. Menon, S. Kerry, J. Norris, H. Markus
- MedicineJournal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and…
- 26 February 2008
There is little evidence to support current treatment approaches in cervical dissection and Randomised controlled prospective trials, particularly assessing anticoagulation versus antiplatelet agents, are required.
Use of cognitive screening instruments in primary care: the impact of national dementia directives (NICE/SCIE, National Dementia Strategy).
There was an increase in the number of GP referrals over the study period but the proportion of dementia diagnoses fell and the frequency of cognitive screening instrument use was unchanged, suggesting there is no evidence for closure of the dementia 'diagnosis gap'.
Bilateral Type II Persistent Proatlantal Intersegmental Arteries
- D. Pelz, R. Menon, R. Swartz, R. Aviv, S. Symons
- MedicineCanadian Journal of Neurological Sciences…
- 1 November 2013
A 64-year-old man with treated hypertension presented with acute left arm and leg weakness with restricted diffusion consistent with an acute lacunar infarct and aplastic bilateral cervical vertebral arteries (V1 and V2 segments).
Results of a UK questionnaire of diagnosis and treatment in cervical artery dissection
- R. Menon, H. Markus, J. Norris
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and…
- 11 April 2008
It is appreciated that carotid and vertebral dissections are much more prevalent than previously believed and account for 25–30% of all ischaemic strokes in young patients aged <50 years and despite their importance, best therapeutic management remains unclear.
Radiological Management of Angiographically Negative, Spontaneous Intracranial Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A Multicenter Study of Utilization and Diagnostic Yield.
Cervical spine and brain MRI have extremely low diagnostic yield, both are commonly utilized in patients with AN-SAH; while repeat DSA and CTA are utilized less commonly and have slightly higher diagnostic yield.
Cerebral Small Vessel Disease: Acute stroke syndromes caused by small vessel disease
Cervical Arterial Dissection
This review is an overview of current concepts and practice of patients with CAD, but the ideas are constantly evolving with new discoveries from neurovascular imaging and medical and surgical management in this area.
Recurrent carotid artery vasospasm or dissection?
To the Editor: We find the article by Janzarik et al1 reporting extracranial artery vasospasm very unconvincing. As the authors say, it is a rare phenomenon, if it ever occurs at all. Vasospasm was…
What's in a name? Neuronal intermediate filament inclusion disease (NIFID), frontotemporal lobar degeneration-intermediate filament (FTLD-IF) or frontotemporal lobar degeneration-fused in sarcoma…
- R. Menon, A. Baborie, E. Jaros, D. Mann, P. S. Ray, A. Larner
- Biology, MedicineJournal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry
- 8 November 2010
A further case demonstrating the broad phenotypic features of neuronal intermediate filament inclusion disease, overlapping with both corticobasal degeneration and motor neuron disease is presented.
POSTTRAUMATIC CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN PATIENTS WITH MODERATE OR SEVERE HEAD TRAUMA