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Clinical profile, risk factors and aetiology of young ischaemic stroke patients in Asia: A prospective, multicentre, observational, hospital-based study in eight cities [2014] - 521KB
by KS Tan, JC Navarro, KS Wong, YN Huang, HC Chiu, N Poungvarin, SJ Ryu, E Bitanga, N Suwanwela, SM Alam, BW Yoon
Background and Objective: There is a lack of international collaborative studies on young adults with ischaemic stroke in Asia. The aim of this study was to investigate risk factors, aetiology and out...

Suicidal ideation amongst epilepsy patients in a tertiary centre [2014] - 253KB
by RA Rani, R Razali, R Hod, K Mohamad, S Azmin, WNNW Yahya, R Sahathevan, R Remli, ZK Law, NM Ibrahim, HJ Tan
Background and Objective: Epilepsy and depression are interlinked and lead to an increased risk of suicidal ideation and suicide. Although depression is a significant risk factor for suicidal ideation...

Characteristics of very high frequency oscillations of somatosensory evoked potentials in humans with epilepsy [2014] - 1,413KB
by D Cao, K Terada, K Baba, K Araki, Y Sakura, N Usui, K Usui, A Kondo, K Matsuda, T Tottori, J Liao, Q Zhai, Y Inoue
We previously firstly reported very high frequency oscillations (VHFOs, over 1,000 Hz) in somatosensory evoked potentials (SEP) recorded by subdural electrodes following median nerve stimulation on 6 ...

Clinical manifestations and outcomes of Guillain-Barré syndrome after diphtheria and tetanus vaccine (dT) during a diphtheria outbreak in Thailand: A Case series [2014] - 452KB
by K Kongbunkiat, N Kasemsap, S Tiamkao, K Sawanyawisuth
Four cases of Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS) after diphtheria and tetanus vaccine (dT) during diphtheria outbreak in Thailand are reported. Three cases had an age over 60 years, and developed GBS afte...

Pain characteristics in Parkinson’s disease: An Indian experience [2014] - 341KB
by BS Paul, G Paul, G Singh, S Kaushal, A Dhaliwal, ID Bahia
Background & Objective: Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a chronic neurological disease, many a times presenting with non-motor symptoms. Pain is one of the most important non-motor symptom and there is ...

Non-motor symptoms in Thai Parkinson’s disease patients: Prevalence, manifestation and health related quality of life [2014] - 462KB
by P Lolekha, K Kulkantrakorn
Background & Objective: Non-Motor Symptoms (NMS) are common in Parkinson’s disease (PD). While prevalence of each NMS in Thai PD patients is unknown, these NMS might have an impact on patients’ we...

Magnetic resonance angiographic screening of aneurysms in migraine [2014] - 385KB
by M Oh, KJ Lee, HJ Oh, HJ Park, J Shim, M Kim
Objective: The purpose of the present study was to screen the prevalence of aneurysms in migraineurs; to differentiate presenting features in migraineurs with and without aneurysm; and also to correla...

Interferon beta-1b is effective and has a favourable safety profile in Chinese patients with relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis [2014] - 269KB
by ZX Li, CZ Lu, XH Zhang, LY Cui, XH Xu, E Radue, SG Chu, LR Wang, K Beckmann, J Lampe, C Pohl, B Stemper, R Sandbrink
Background & Objective: No clinical study of any interferon beta therapy has yet been successfully conducted in Chinese multiple sclerosis patients, probably due to the low incidence of this disease i...

Ischaemic stroke with internal carotid artery occlusion following viper bite: A case report [2014] - 940KB
by S Gopalan, S Ramadurai, SL Bharathi, P Arthur
Snake bites are an important cause of morbidity and mortality in tropical countries. Neurological complications are quite common in venomous snake bites. Strokes, mainly haemorrhagic and occasionally ...

Neurogenic pulmonary edema following acute ischemic stroke: A case report and literature review [2014] - 916KB
by PC Tsui, HL Po
Neurogenic pulmonary edema (NPE) is defined as acute pulmonary edema develops after a significant central nervous system insult. Although NPE has been recognized for a long time, it is still underdiag...

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