Sarah T. Bauer

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BACKGROUND We hypothesized that postural instability and cognitive decline in patients with Richardson’s syndrome could be a consequence of reduced thalamic and frontal metabolism. Severe Parkinsonian signs in patients with progressive supranuclear palsy-parkinsonism may be reflected by alterations in putaminal metabolism. METHODS Eleven patients with(More)
The body core temperatures of 31 patients suffering from severe cerebral lesions were measured. Evidence for the existence or nonexistence of circadian rhythms in these patients was found to be associated with diagnosis (acute versus chronic lesions), with the level of consciousness, and with neurological findings (such as best motor response and pupillary(More)
Progressive supranuclear palsy (PSP) is a rare neurodegenerative disease with no sufficient therapeutic options to date. Falls are the most devastating feature. The causes of these falls are not well understood. To test the impact of PSP-associated motor and cognitive features on falls, 26 PSP patients were prospectively recruited and divided into frequent(More)
Trypanosoma brucei is the causative agent of diseases that affect 30,000-50,000 people annually. Trypanosoma brucei harbors unique organelles named glycosomes that are essential to parasite survival, which requires growth under fluctuating environmental conditions. The mechanisms that govern the biogenesis of these organelles are poorly understood.(More)
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE Successful endovascular treatment of intracranial aneurysms requires understanding the exact relationship of implanted devices to the aneurysm, parent artery, and other branch vessels during the treatment. Intraprocedural C-arm CT imaging has been shown to provide such information. However, its repeated use is limited due to(More)
The electromyographic responses in the external urethral sphincter to electrical stimulation of the pudendal nerve and stretch of the external sphincter were analyzed in a pediatric population; the population included a group with recurrent urinary tract infections and a group with complete or almost complete upper spinal cord lesions. Electrical(More)
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