Thomas Zabelis

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Although executive functions in sporadic non-demented amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) patients are mostly affected, it remains unclear whether executive measures can differentiate between patients with bulbar and spinal ALS forms. Thirty spinal and 18 bulbar-onset ALS patients (ALS-s and ALS-b, respectively) as well as 47 demographically related healthy(More)
In order to determine the effect of the Jendrassik manoeuvre (JM) on the latency and amplitude of the electrically recorded compound action potentials of the tendon reflexes (TR) as well as on their left-right asymmetry, the above parameters of the knee (KR) and Achilles (AR) TR were measured in 52 normal subjects (32 men and 18 women) aged 18-74 years (33(More)
In order to determine the diagnostic value of the electromyographically tested tendon reflexes (ETR) in lumbosacral radiculopathies, we compared the latency and amplitude of the knee (EKTR) and Achilles tendon reflex (EATR) to their clinical testing and to the EMG and H reflex values in 200 non selected patients (126 men, 74 women) aged 24-68 years (48.6(More)
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