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Investigators evaluated seizure stimulation parameters, electroclinical data, semiology, and anatomical localization in spontaneous and stimulated seizures.
The mean duration of dementia was longer among individuals with hippocampal sclerosis vs those without.
Investigators observed that people who had experienced a traumatic brain injury had a significantly higher risk for dementia, including Alzheimer's disease, than people who had no history of traumatic brain injury.
Researchers predict that an NIHSS score ≥6 for an infratentorial stroke may require more aggressive treatment than just thrombolysis alone.
Investigators analyzed the diagnostic performance of plasma cerebrospinal fluid and neurofilament light biomarkers in patients with Down syndrome and Alzheimer disease.
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Myoclonic-Atonic Seizures and Lennox-Gastaut Syndrome Present With Overlapping Features, Difficulty in DiagnosisDec 11,2018
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