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A retrospective case series of segmental zoster paresis of limbs: clinical, electrophysiological and imaging characteristics.
Liu Y, et al. BMC Neurol 2018. PMID 30131076 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Segmental zoster paresis (SZP) of limbs, characterized by focal weakness of extremity, is recognized as a rare complication of herpes zoster (HZ). ...Patients who fulfilled the diagnostic criteria for SZP were included in the analysis. The clinical characteristics, as well as electromyography findings and MRI scans were analyzed. ...
BACKGROUND: Segmental zoster paresis (SZP) of limbs, characterized by focal weakness of extremity, is recognized as a rare complicati …
Imaging Findings in Patients with Zoster-Associated Plexopathy.
Zubair AS, et al. AJNR Am J Neuroradiol 2017. PMID 28364009 Free article.
Among the complications of herpes zoster is zoster-associated limb paresis. The clinical and imaging features of patients with zoster-associated limb paresis due to plexopathies (zoster-associated plexopathy) have had limited description in the literature. The Mayo Clinic patient data base was searched by diagnostic code for patients diagnosed with herpes zoster between January 1, 1996, and September 30, 2012. ...
Among the complications of herpes zoster is zoster-associated limb paresis. The clinical and imaging features of patients with …
Painless motor radiculopathy of the cervical spine: clinical and radiological characteristics and long-term outcomes after operative decompression
Siller S, et al. J Neurosurg Spine 2018. PMID 29570047
Clinical, imaging, and operative findings as well as the long-term course of paresis and quality of life were analyzed. RESULTS Presenting symptoms (mean duration 13.3 months) included a defining progressive flaccid radicular paresis (median grade 3/5) without any history of radiating pain (100%) and a concomitant muscular atrophy (78%); 83% of the patients were smokers and 17% patients had diabetes. Imaging revealed a predominantly anterior nerve root compression at the neuroforaminal entrance in 98% of stenoses. Thirty stenoses (11 patients) were initially decompressed via an anterior surgical approach and 19 stenoses (12 patients) via a posterior surgical approach. ...
Clinical, imaging, and operative findings as well as the long-term course of paresis and quality of life were analyzed. RESULT …
Corticospinal tract diffusion properties and robotic visually guided reaching in children with hemiparetic cerebral palsy
Kuczynski AM, et al. Hum Brain Mapp 2018. PMID 29193460
Bilateral CSTs were defined using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and four diffusion metrics were quantified: fractional anisotropy (FA), mean (MD), radial (RD), and axial (AD) diffusivities. ...
Bilateral CSTs were defined using diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and four diffusion metrics were quantified: fractional anisotropy (F …
Music supported therapy promotes motor plasticity in individuals with chronic stroke
Ripollés P, et al. Brain Imaging Behav 2016. PMID 26707190
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) we observed a clear restitution of both activity and connectivity among auditory-motor regions of the affected hemisphere. Importantly, no differences were observed in this functional network in a healthy control group, ruling out possible confounds such as repeated imaging testing. ...
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) we observed a clear restitution of both activity and connectivity among auditory-m …
Dyke-Davidoff-Masson syndrome: a case report
Abdul Rashid AM and Md Noh MSF. BMC Neurol 2018. PMID 29843624 Free PMC article.
Complementary magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) did not reveal additional information. Workup for young stroke was negative. Upon further evaluation by Neuroradiology, features suggesting Dyke-Davidoff-Masson syndrome were confirmed. ...Knowledge of its features on imaging enables timely and accurate diagnosis - allowing appropriate management....
Complementary magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) did not reveal additional information. Workup for young stroke was negative. Upon furt …
Muscle mass and intramuscular fat of the quadriceps are related to muscle strength in non-ambulatory chronic stroke survivors: A cross-sectional study
Akazawa N, et al. PLoS One 2018. PMID 30071100 Free PMC article.
Transverse ultrasound images were acquired using B-mode ultrasound imaging. Muscle mass and intramuscular fat of the quadriceps were assessed based on muscle thickness and echo intensity, respectively. ...
Transverse ultrasound images were acquired using B-mode ultrasound imaging. Muscle mass and intramuscular fat of the quadriceps were …
"White Cord Syndrome" of Acute Hemiparesis After Posterior Cervical Decompression and Fusion for Chronic Cervical Stenosis
Antwi P, et al. World Neurosurg 2018. PMID 29452319
Its hallmark is the presence of intramedullary hyperintense signal on T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging sequences in a patient with unexplained neurologic deficits following spinal cord decompression surgery. ...
Its hallmark is the presence of intramedullary hyperintense signal on T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging sequences in a patient w …
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