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Neuromuscular presentations in patients with COVID-19
All published reports on SARS-CoV-2-related peripheral nerve, neuromuscular junction, muscle, and cranial nerve disorders are analyzed and olfactory and gustatory dysfunction is now accepted as an early manifestation of COVID-19 infection.
Correlation of quantitative sensorimotor tractography with clinical grade of cerebral palsy
White matter tracts from both the somatosensory and the motor cortex play an important role in the pathophysiology of motor disability in patients with CP, and significant inverse correlation between clinical grade and fractional anisotropy was observed.
Toll-like receptor 4 polymorphism and its association with symptomatic neurocysticercosis.
TLR4 Asp299Gly and Thr399Ile were significantly associated with the occurrence of NCC and progression to symptomatic NCC, compared with control subjects and both Gly and Ile carriers had a statistically significant association with NCC.
Encephalopathy in patients with COVID‐19: A review
Encephalopathy is common in older patients, the majority are more than 50 years of age, and the patients having encephalopathy/encephalitis are either severely or critically ill, many patients were already on mechanical ventilation.
Neurosurgery and Neurology Practices during the Novel COVID-19 Pandemic: A Consensus Statement from India
Every patient presenting for treatment should be treated as a potential asymptomatic infected case and minor modifications in personal and professional lifestyles and routine training to use the PPE will ensure efficient management of resources.