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Pregabalin in restless legs syndrome with and without neuropathic pain
- M. Sommer, C. Bachmann, K. M. Liebetanz, J. Schindehuette, T. Tings, W. Paulus
- Medicine, PsychologyActa neurologica Scandinavica
- 1 May 2007
It is necessary to select patients suitable for dopaminergic augmentation for RLS on the basis of prior history and once they provide informed consent for the treatment of RLS.
[Therapy and prophylaxis of facial neuralgias and other forms of facial pain syndromes -- revised recommendations of the German Society of Migraine and Headache].
The neuralgiform facial pain syndromes described encompass the Tolosa-Hunt-syndrome, cervicogenic headache, craniomandibular dysfunction syndrome, atypical facial pain and rarer syndrome.
Expansion of the left atrial appendage is a distinctive cross-sectional echocardiographic feature of congenital defect of the pericardium.
A case report of a congenital defect of the pericardium in which the cross-sectional appearance of a prominent left atrial appendage is similar to the previously reported angiographic diagnostic…
Seizure and cardiac arrest during bupropion SR treatment.
[Seizure aggravation by valproate in primary generalized epilepsy].
[Symptomatic therapy of myoclonias, singultus and opsoclonus].
[Treatment of typical trigeminus neuralgias. Overview of the current state of drug and surgical therapy].
Percutaneous controlled thermocoagulation or microvascular decompression should especially be offered to young patients, who want to avoid any sensory disturbance of the face, and recommended for other patients for whom all other forms of therapy have failed.
[Stem cell therapy in Parkinson disease].