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462 Newest Publications in future neurologyrss
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05-May-2017 | Merel Boom; Jeffrey S Raskin; Daniel J Curry; Howard L Weiner; Jurriaan M Peters, Future Neurology, 2017
In selected children with tuberous sclerosis complex, epilepsy surgery leads to seizure freedom or seizure reduction. The current standard involves a multimodal pre-surgical workup followed by invasive electrocorticographic monitoring and resective surgery. Recent insights in the disorder and ...
05-May-2017 | Nicholas E Swyngedouw; Glen C Jickling, Future Neurology, 2017
A biomarker to aid in the diagnosis of ischemic stroke and its causes would be of value in acute clinical practice. It could have applications to aid in acute stroke treatment decisions for tissue plasminogen activator and/or the triage to endovascular therapy. A stroke biomarker may also be ...
05-May-2017 | Jennifer T Burchell; Peter K Panegyres, Future Neurology, 2017
Future Neurology May 2017, Vol. 12, No. 2, Pages 53-56.
30-Mar-2017 | Sara Mirzaei; Andrea M Reinig; Daniel J Berlau, Future Neurology, 2017
Traumatic brain injury results in significant morbidity and mortality, and there is an urgent need for neuroprotective medications that can prevent the persisting symptoms and disabilities following injury. Several existing pharmacotherapies have been targeted for off-label benefit in traumatic ...
30-Mar-2017 | Donald G Stein, Future Neurology, 2017
A short opinion piece updating “Lost in translation: understanding the failure of the progesterone/traumatic brain injury Phase III trials”
30-Mar-2017 | Noa A Brzezinski-Sinai; Mary V Seeman, Future Neurology, 2017
The aim of this narrative review is to provide readers with a summary of the recent literature on women and schizophrenia and to address commonly asked questions about the role of gender in this illness. Important gender distinctions were found in the knowledge base around schizophrenia, ...
30-Mar-2017 | Rimas V Lukas; Hongmei Dong; Jinxin Li; Zefen Wang; Ivy Jiang; Renslow Sherer, Future Neurology, 2017
Aim: Understand attitudes of Chinese medical students toward clinical neuroscience at a time of medical education reform. Methods: A survey assessed Chinese medical students’ self-perceived knowledge of neurology and comfort in diagnosing/managing neurological disorders. An assessment of ...
25-Jan-2017 | Hind N Moussa; Baha M Sibai; Sean C Blackwell; Mateo G Leon; Michael J Hylin; John B Redell; Yin Liu; Pramod K Dash; ..., Future Neurology, 2017
Aim: To study the contribution of maternal hypertension to autism spectrum disorders’ (ASD) phenotype, and gene expression, in a murine model. Materials & methods: To examine the effects of maternal hypertension, we used a well-described transgenic mouse model lacking functional endothelial ...
25-Jan-2017 | Rok Berlot; Michael J O'Sullivan, Future Neurology, 2017
The focus of investigation in cognitive disorders has shifted from single regional motifs toward brain networks. White matter connections collectively form the connectome, and provide the underpinnings of distributed patterns of brain activity. We examine findings about large-scale properties of ...