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Motor outcome according to diffusion tensor tractography findings in the early stage of intracerebral hemorrhage
The early DTT findings for CST may be used to predict the motor outcome of the affected extremities in hemiparetic patients with intracerebral hemorrhage and the statistical influence of the DTT type was tested. Expand
Injury of the Spino-Thalamo-Cortical Pathway Is Necessary for Central Post-Stroke Pain
Injury of the spino-thalamo-cortical pathway seems to be a requirement for the development of CPSP in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage, and decrease of tract volume without changes in the STP FA or MD values in the CPSP group indicates partial injury of STP. Expand
Diffusion anisotrophy in the early stages of stroke can predict motor outcome.
- S. Jang, Sang-Hyun Cho, +5 authors Se Jin Lee
- Psychology, Medicine
- Restorative neurology and neuroscience
The degree of impairment in diffusion anisotropy during the early stages of stroke appears to have the potential to predict motor outcome. Expand
The relation between fornix injury and memory impairment in patients with diffuse axonal injury: a diffusion tensor imaging study.
It is found that memory impairment in patients with DAI is closely related to neuronal injury of the fornix body among the three fornIX regions that the authors assessed. Expand
Demonstration of motor recovery process in a patient with intracerebral hemorrhage.
It seems that the affected motor function was recovered through the normalization process of the damaged lateral CST of the affected hemisphere, one of various motor recovery mechanisms for patients with ICH. Expand
The Prevalence of Central Poststroke Pain according to the Integrity of the Spino-Thalamo-Cortical Pathway
Partial injury of the STP appears to be more vulnerable to development of CPSP than complete injury of a spino-thalamo-cortical pathway in patients with intracerebral hemorrhage. Expand
Proximal weakness due to injury of the corticoreticular pathway in a patient with traumatic brain injury.
The proximal weakness of the right shoulder and hip observed in this patient appeared to be attributed to injury of the left CRP. Expand
Anal Extrusion of Distal V-P Shunt Catheter after Double Perforation of Large Intestine.
Focal lesions of the corticospinal tract demonstrated by diffusion tensor imaging in patients with diffuse axonal injury.
It is concluded that DTI with FT may be a useful modality for use in investigating the status of CST in patients with DAI, after focal lesions at the brainstem that had not been revealed by conventional brain MRI were demonstrated. Expand
The Relation Between Injury of the Spinothalamocortical Tract and Central Pain in Chronic Patients With Mild Traumatic Brain Injury
- J. Kim, S. Ahn, Y. Cho, S. H. Kim, S. Jang
- The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation
- 1 November 2015
It is found that injury of the STT is related to the occurrence of central pain in patients with mild TBI. Expand