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Deep Brain Stimulation
Deep brain stimulation is clinically effective in improving motor function of essential tremor, Parkinson's disease and primary dystonia and in relieving obsessive-compulsive disorder. Expand
Predictors for Symptomatic Intracranial Hemorrhage After Endovascular Treatment of Acute Ischemic Stroke
Incidence of SICH after thrombectomy is higher in Asian patients with acute ischemic stroke, and Cardioembolic stroke, poor collateral circulation, delayed endovascular treatment, multiple passes with stent retriever device, lower pretreatment Alberta Stroke Program Early Computed Tomography Score, higher baseline neutrophil ratio may increase the risk of Sich. Expand
Effects of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation on motor recovery and motor cortex excitability in patients with stroke: a randomized controlled trial
This randomized, sham‐controlled, double‐blind study was to compare the effects of high‐frequency versus low‐frequency rTMS on motor recovery during the early phase of stroke and to identify the neurophysiological correlates of motor improvements. Expand
Endovascular treatment versus standard medical treatment for vertebrobasilar artery occlusion (BEST): an open-label, randomised controlled trial
There was no evidence of a difference in favourable outcomes of patients receiving endovascular therapy compared with those receiving standard medical therapy alone, and the trial was terminated early after 131 patients had been randomly assigned because of high crossover rate and poor recruitment. Expand
An Optical Coherence Tomography Assessment of Stent Strut Apposition Based on the Presence of Lipid-Rich Plaque in the Carotid Artery
Embedded stent struts, plaque prolapse, and fibrous cap rupture were more frequent and well-apposed stentstruts were less frequent after CAS in patients with lipid-rich plaque, which may be associated with acute stent thrombosis. Expand
Direct endovascular treatment: an alternative for bridging therapy in anterior circulation large‐vessel occlusion stroke
  • H. Wang, W. Zi, +12 authors X Liu
  • Medicine
  • European journal of neurology
  • 11 May 2017
The aim was to retrospectively compare the effectiveness and safety of direct endovascular treatment initiated within 4.5 h after onset with bridging therapy in acute anterior circulation LVO stroke patients. Expand
Chronic Kidney Disease in Patients With Lacunar Stroke: Association With Enlarged Perivascular Spaces and Total Magnetic Resonance Imaging Burden of Cerebral Small Vessel Disease
Proteinuria and impaired estimated glomerular filtration rate are associated with increasing EPVS severity and, furthermore, accumulated magnetic resonance imaging burden of cSVD in patients with first-ever acute lacunar stroke. Expand
NSFC Health Research Funding and Burden of Disease in China
Although NSFC funding were roughly associated with disease burden as measured in mortality, YLLs and DALYs were underfunded; while others such as leukaemia were overfunded. Expand
Early Prediction of Poor Outcome Despite Successful Recanalization After Endovascular Treatment for Anterior Large Vessel Occlusion Stroke.
The PREDICT scale is a practical tool for early prediction of poor outcome despite SR after EVT in patients and, if validated in other patient populations, may serve as a scale for identifying which patients are most, and least, likely to benefit from EVT. Expand
Validation of NINDS-CSN neuropsychological battery for vascular cognitive impairment in Chinese stroke patients
The adapted Chinese versions of three NINDS-CSN neuropsychological protocols were valid and reliable for assessing VCI in Chinese patients with mild stroke. Expand