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Functional brain reorganization after spinal cord injury: Systematic review of animal and human studies
This review will focus on delineating the pathophysiological mechanisms of the brain plasticity changes following SCI, based on the existing neuroimaging and neurophysiological evidence in experimental models and humans. Expand
Epidemiology-Based Mortality Score in Status Epilepticus (EMSE)
EMSE explained individual mortality in almost 90 % of cases, and performed significantly better than previous scores, suggesting EMSE may be a valuable tool for risk stratification in interventional studies in the future. Expand
High‐frequency oscillations: The state of clinical research
There is increasing evidence that HFOs are useful to measure disease activity and assess treatment response using noninvasive EEG and magnetoencephalography, and this approach is particularly promising in children, because they show high scalp HFO rates. Expand
Visual P2 component is related to theta phase-locking
The conclusion is drawn that phase-locked theta reflect top-down regulation processes mediating information between memory systems and is in part involved in the modulation of the P2 component. Expand
Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS)/repetitive TMS in mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer's disease
An updated and comprehensive systematic review of the studies that have employed TMS/rTMS in patients with MCI and AD to suggest that rTMS can enhance performances on several cognitive functions impaired in AD and MCI. Expand
Altered network properties of the fronto-parietal network and the thalamus in impaired consciousness☆
In chronic disorders of consciousness, modularity at the global level was reduced suggesting a disturbance in the optimal balance between segregation and integration and network properties were altered in several regions which are associated with conscious processing (particularly, in medial parietal, and frontal regions, as well as in the thalamus). Expand
Thiamine Deficiency Induced Neurochemical, Neuroanatomical, and Neuropsychological Alterations: A Reappraisal
This narrative review will focus on the neurochemical, neuroanatomical, and neuropsychological studies shedding light on the effects of thiamine deficiency in experimental models and in humans. Expand
Connectivity biomarkers can differentiate patients with different levels of consciousness
The present results directly show that it is possible to distinguish patients with different levels of consciousness on the basis of resting-state EEG, supporting the view that assessing brain networks in the resting state is the golden way to examine brain functions such as consciousness. Expand
Invasive and non-invasive brain stimulation for treatment of neuropathic pain in patients with spinal cord injury: A review
A number of studies have begun to use non-invasive neuromodulatory techniques therapeutically to relieve neuropathic pain and phantom phenomena in patients with SCI, and further studies are warranted to corroborate the early findings and confirm different targets and stimulation paradigms. Expand
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation transiently reduces punding in Parkinson’s disease: a preliminary study
Abstract Amongst the impulse-control disorders (ICDs) associated with dopamine-replacement therapy in patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a repetitive, complex, stereotyped behaviour calledExpand