Factors predicting post-stroke aphasia recovery

  title={Factors predicting post-stroke aphasia recovery},
  author={Watila M.M. and Balarabe S.A.},
  journal={Journal of the Neurological Sciences},
Modifications électro-physiologiques chez la personne aphasique : : de l’étude des réseaux du langage en TMS à la prédiction de la récupération de l’aphasie
L’aphasie est un symptome frequent apres un AVC et a un impact majeur social, economique, medical et psychologique sur les patients. Des etudes recentes ont tente avec peu de succes de rechercher des
Should This Patient With Global Aphasia After a Left Cerebral Stroke Be Admitted to Your Hospital‐Based Inpatient Rehabilitation Unit?
The medical director of a very busy, 20-bed, general inpatient rehabilitation unit (IRU) at a community hospital is asked to assess a 60-year-old man with a long history of hypertension and diabetes mellitus who is now 6 days post a large left middle cerebral artery (MCA) ischemic stroke.
Diffusion tensor imaging of dorsal stream language areas in patients with post-stroke aphasia
Background Aphasia complicating stroke occurs due to language deficits that decrease communication abilities and functional independence. Our study aims to assess fractional anisotropy (FA) and mean
An exploration of the relationship between aphasia therapy, depression and quality of life in post-stroke patients after rehabilitation at 12 and 26 weeks after stroke: A VERSE sub-study
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Predicting language recovery in post-stroke aphasia using behavior and functional MRI
Models of language outcomes after treatment trained using rsf MRI features may outperform models trained using behavioral language measures in some patient populations, suggesting that rsfMRI may have prognostic value for aphasia therapy outcomes.
Resting-State Functional Connectivity following Phonological Component Analysis: The Combined Action of Phonology and Visual Orthographic Cues
Behavioral and rsFC data changes associated with PCA in French highlight its efficacy and point to the importance of phonological and orthographic cues to consolidate the word-retrieval strategy, contributing to generalization to untrained words.
Similarities between Cognitive Models of Language Production and Everyday Functioning: Implications for Development of Interventions for Functional Difficulties.
This review addresses the shared characteristics of cognitive models of everyday function and language, with a focus on linguistic production and presents aphasia interventions that target single-word production, sentence production, short-term memory, and semantics.
Topological signal processing and inference of event-related potential response
PL provides a more robust EEG marker than persistence, local variance, and spectral powers and could be a potentially powerful tool for comparing electrophysiological correlates in neurological disorders.
Cognitive Reserve as an Emerging Concept in Stroke Recovery
The potential significance of cognitive reserve in the context of stroke is discussed, with reference to reduced burden of disability poststroke, health promotion, intervention and secondary prevention of cognitive impairment, ease and challenges of translation into clinical practice, prognosis and prediction of recovery, and clinical decisions and trial stratification.
Constraint-induced aphasia therapy for patients with aphasia: A systematic review
It is indicated that CIAT was efficient for improving language performance with regard to naming, comprehension, repetition, written language, and oral language based on the current evidence and indicates a need for more rigorous, large-scale, and high-quality trials in the future.