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Correlation between morphological and functional retinal impairment in multiple sclerosis patients.
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There is a correlation between PERG changes and NFL thickness in MS patients previously affected by optic neuritis, but there is no correlation between VEP changes andNFL thickness. Expand
Morphological and functional retinal impairment in Alzheimer's disease patients
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It is suggested that in AD patients, there is a reduction of NFL thickness evaluated in vivo by OCT and this morphological abnormality is related to a retinal dysfunction as revealed by abnormal PERG responses. Expand
Visual electrophysiological responses in subjects with cerebral autosomal arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL)
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The delay in visual cortical responses observed in subjects with CADASIL may be ascribable to retinal impairment with a possible functional sparing of the postretinal visual structures. Expand
Impaired VEP after photostress response in multiple sclerosis patients previously affected by optic neuritis.
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The results indicate that patients previously affected by optic neuritis present an abnormal VEP after photostress response and this may be ascribed predominantly to an involvement of the inner retinal layers as indicated by the concomitant impairment of PERG and focal-ERG responses. Expand
Gilles de la Tourette syndrome and voluntary movement: A functional MRI study
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Functional magnetic resonance imaging was used to study motor cortex activation in a TS patient to study voluntary motor movements and the absence of tics during the execution of these voluntary motor tasks suggests that tic activity may be suppressed by additional mental effort. Expand
Asymmetric distribution of visual evoked potentials in patients with migraine with aura during the interictal phase.
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Patients with MA presented asymmetries in VEP responses not related to visual aura or to headache side during the pain-free phase, which may be ascribed to abnormal visual information processing, resulting in a different cortical activation when both foveal and parafoveal stimuli are used. Expand
Early visual function impairment in CADASIL
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An early vascular retinal impairment in CADASIL may precede the onset of clinical manifestations, and genetic analyses and visual electrophysiologic evaluations in patients with symptomatic cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy found. Expand
Early diagnosis in cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL): the role of MRI.
The aim of our work was to evaluate the early presence of white matter changes on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in young asymptomatic children of patients with full-blown cerebral autosomalExpand
Reduction of optic nerve fiber layer thickness in CADASIL
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In CADASIL eyes there was a reduction of NFL thickness in each quadrant and in the NFL overall evaluation compared with the values observed in control eyes, suggesting an impairment of the retinal vascular supply leading to a global neuroretinal involvement. Expand
A chemical shift imaging study on regional metabolite distribution in a CADASIL family.
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There was a trend toward increased Lac/Cr values in the anterior parts with respect to the posterior parts in the patient group, with the effect particularly evident in the asymptomatic subjects with the gene mutation. Expand
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