Investigators examined whether subthalamic nucleus during the use of deep brain stimulation has an effect on risk-reward trade-off decisions, and evaluated its dependency on electrode placement.
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Bilateral substantia nigra pars compacta lesion was linked to a memory deficit and to anxiety-like behavior.
Investigators surveyed adults with tuberous sclerosis complex to evaluate their perception of disease severity, presence of anxiety and depression, and the use and barriers toward mental health services.
Researchers examined a full range of data on neurological complications in newborns and infants born to women infected with Zika virus.
Investigators sought to determine whether baclofen might be an effective treatment for excessive daytime sleepiness and sleep fragmentation in patients with narcolepsy.
Researchers used readily available clinical parameters to determine risk for prolonged status epilepticus at seizure onset, and to predict which patients they anticipated might experience a full recovery.
In a population-based cohort of participants without cognitive impairment, the use of Cox proportional hazard regression models helped identify baseline CSF markers that were related to risk for mild cognitive impairment.
Investigators examined whether cerebellar magnetic stimulation can improve balance and gait in patients with hemiparesis after ischemic stroke.
Healthy collegiate athletes express concussion-related serum biomarkers in variable concentrations; therefore, considering demographic factors such as sex and race is vital.
Researchers evaluated stroke risk and its effect on quality of life after surgical aortic valve replacement vs transfemoral transcatheter aortic valve.
Investigators found that it may be prudent to continue postoperative invasive monitoring in children who have had surgical resection of epileptic lesions.
Investigators examined whether vitamin and mineral supplements have an effect on cognitive function and incidence of dementia in people who already have mild cognitive impairment.
Investigators sought to determine whether absence of lesions in 2 specific brain regions can distinguish Fabry disease from multiple sclerosis.
Researchers evaluated clinical and magnetic resonance imaging data from patients with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis treated with alemtuzumab.
Results indicate that recurrent vascular event rate and changes in vascular status were different between patients with intracranial arterial dissection and those with intracranial atherosclerotic stenosis.
Age at Parkinson disease onset is independently associated with the performance of executive functions.
Investigators conducted a meta-analyses to determine whether injectable IFN-β and glatiramer acetate both decrease the annualized relapse rate and slow disease progression in patients with RRMS.
Researchers provide a practical, valid method to estimate the incidence and prevalence of MS in the pediatric population.
Investigators sought to determine whether rituximab would have long-term effects on total and specific immunoglobulins in patients with neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders.
Investigators assessed the frequency of bilateral independent periodic discharges in patients experiencing electrographic seizures and their effect on patient mortality and clinical outcomes.
Investigators examined the onset, sequence, and rate of progression of biomarker and clinical measures across the spectrum of Alzheimer disease, using the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network study.
The use of positron emission tomography was able to discriminate between Alzheimer disease and other neurodegenerative disorders in a multicenter, cross-sectional study conducted at 3 dementia centers in South Korea, Sweden, and the United States.
Investigators explored the use of serum neurofilament light chain as a biomarker for primary and secondary neuroaxonal injury after ischemic stroke.
Investigators examine the association between LAD and vascular brain injury on brain MRI.
A recent study supports the use of the long exercise test to diagnose periodic paralysis.
Researchers observed an inverse relationship between moderate to vigorous physical exercise and risk for Parkinson disease.
Investigators found that many people with carpal tunnel syndrome wake up at night with tingling and numbness in their fingers.
The investigators sought to evaluate the prevalence of migraines, as well as the effect of sex and stress on migraines.
It is likely that both maternal age and socioeconomic status contribute to the higher rates of pregnancy in WWE compared with women without epilepsy.
The avoidance of SBP <120 mm Hg in individuals with acute ICH may help prevent cerebral ischemia and neurologic deterioration.