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1975 2
1976 1
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1978 13
1979 31
1980 34
1981 49
1982 49
1983 54
1984 80
1985 67
1986 69
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1988 92
1989 119
1990 107
1991 159
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1993 166
1994 192
1995 148
1996 170
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1998 162
1999 287
2000 573
2001 626
2002 638
2003 704
2004 797
2005 914
2006 1098
2007 1244
2008 1295
2009 1419
2010 1275
2011 1351
2012 1327
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Neurorestoration after stroke.
Azad TD, et al. Neurosurg Focus 2016 - Review. PMID 27132523 Free PMC article.
While the understanding of stroke pathophysiology has matured, the ability to restore patients' quality of life remains inadequate. ...The authors provide a broad overview of stroke pathophysiology and existing therapies to highlight the scientific and clinical implications of neurorestorative therapies for stroke....
While the understanding of stroke pathophysiology has matured, the ability to restore patients' quality of life remains inadequate. . …
Autophagy in ischemic stroke.
Wang P, et al. Prog Neurobiol 2018 - Review. PMID 29331396
Accumulating evidence shows that autophagy is activated in various cell types in the brain such as neurons, glia cells, and brain microvascular cells upon ischemic stroke. However, the exact role and molecular mechanisms of autophagy process that is implicated in ischemic stroke have yet to be elucidated. ...
Accumulating evidence shows that autophagy is activated in various cell types in the brain such as neurons, glia cells, and brain microvascu …
The cerebral collateral circulation: Relevance to pathophysiology and treatment of stroke.
Ginsberg MD. Neuropharmacology 2018 - Review. PMID 28801174
The brain's collateral circulation consists of arterial anastomotic channels capable of providing nutrient perfusion to brain regions whose normal sources of flow have become compromised, as occurs in acute ischemic stroke. ...This article reviews the features of the brain's collateral circulation; methods for its evaluation in the acute clinical setting; the relevance of collateral circulation to prognosis in acute ischemic stroke; the specific insights into the collateral circulation learned from recent trials of endovascular intervention; and the major influence of genetic factors. ...
The brain's collateral circulation consists of arterial anastomotic channels capable of providing nutrient perfusion to brain regions whose …
What is the evidence for physical therapy poststroke? A systematic review and meta-analysis
Veerbeek JM, et al. PLoS One 2014 - Review. PMID 24505342 Free PMC article.
BACKGROUND: Physical therapy (PT) is one of the key disciplines in interdisciplinary stroke rehabilitation. The aim of this systematic review was to provide an update of the evidence for stroke rehabilitation interventions in the domain of PT. ...Suggestions for prioritizing PT stroke research are given....
BACKGROUND: Physical therapy (PT) is one of the key disciplines in interdisciplinary stroke rehabilitation. The aim of this systemati …
Brain Functional Reserve in the Context of Neuroplasticity after Stroke.
Dąbrowski J, et al. Neural Plast 2019 - Review. PMID 30936915 Free PMC article.
Stroke is the second cause of death and more importantly first cause of disability in people over 40 years of age. Current therapeutic management of ischemic stroke does not provide fully satisfactory outcomes. Stroke management has significantly changed since the time when there were opened modern stroke units with early motor and speech rehabilitation in hospitals. ...
Stroke is the second cause of death and more importantly first cause of disability in people over 40 years of age. Current therapeuti
Does aerobic exercise and the FITT principle fit into stroke recovery?
Billinger SA, et al. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep 2015 - Review. PMID 25475494 Free PMC article.
Sedentary lifestyle after stroke is common which results in poor cardiovascular health. Aerobic exercise has the potential to reduce cardiovascular risk factors and improve functional capacity and quality of life in people after stroke. ...This article discusses the current literature outlining the evidence base for incorporating aerobic exercise into stroke rehabilitation. ...
Sedentary lifestyle after stroke is common which results in poor cardiovascular health. Aerobic exercise has the potential to reduce …
Clinimetric properties of the Timed Up and Go Test for patients with stroke: a systematic review.
Hafsteinsdóttir TB, et al. Top Stroke Rehabil 2014 - Review. PMID 24985387
The 3 studies that investigated whether the TUG could predict falls after stroke showed inconclusive results. Three studies showed the TUG to be sensitive to change, and 1 study showed the TUG to be responsive in moderate- and fast-walking patients with stroke. ...CONCLUSION: The TUG can be recommended for measuring basic mobility skills after stroke in patients who are able to walk. However, the procedures and instructions should be described more clearly....
The 3 studies that investigated whether the TUG could predict falls after stroke showed inconclusive results. Three studies showed th …
The effects of music listening interventions on cognition and mood post-stroke: a systematic review.
Baylan S, et al. Expert Rev Neurother 2016 - Review. PMID 27548875
Music listening may have beneficial psychological effects but there has been no comprehensive synthesis of the available data describing efficacy of music listening in stroke. Areas covered: We performed a systematic review examining the effects of music listening interventions on cognition and mood post-stroke. ...
Music listening may have beneficial psychological effects but there has been no comprehensive synthesis of the available data describing eff …
Clinical neurophysiology of stroke.
Gavaret M, et al. Handb Clin Neurol 2019 - Review. PMID 31307595
Stroke constitutes the third most common cause of death and the leading cause of acquired neurologic handicap. During ischemic stroke, very early after the onset of the focal perfusion deficit, excitotoxicity triggers a number of events that can further contribute to tissue death. ...Hyperexcitability occurs in parallel, both in the acute and chronic phases of stroke. Stroke is a common cause of new-onset epileptic seizures after middle age and is the leading cause of symptomatic epilepsy in adults. ...
Stroke constitutes the third most common cause of death and the leading cause of acquired neurologic handicap. During ischemic str
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