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Factors Associated to Returning Home in the First Year after Stroke

Kim SH, Shin YI, Kim SC, Ko SH, Kim DY, Lee J, Sohn MK, Lee SG, Oh GJ, Lee YS, Joo MC, Han EY, Han J, Chang WH, Min JH, Kim YH

The objective of this study was to investigate factors affecting the return home one year after a stroke. The subjects of this study consisted of patients who participated in a...
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Serial Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings in Hyperglycemia-Related Osmotic Demyelination Syndrome: A Case Report

Kim JH, Park NH, Park JY, Kim SJ

We report a rare case of hyperglycemia-related osmotic demyelination syndrome (ODS) with focus on the imaging findings. A 61-year-old man with diabetes was admitted for general weakness and severe thirst....
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Digital Therapeutics: Emerging New Therapy for Neurologic Deficits after Stroke

Choi MJ, Kim H, Nah HW, Kang DW

Digital therapeutics is an evidence-based intervention using high-quality software, with the sole purpose of treatment. As many healthcare systems are encountering high demands of quality outcomes, the need for digital...
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Treatment Response to Acquired Aphasia with Seizures and Prognosis through Electroencephalogram on Cognitive Function

Koo CM, Kim SH, Kim HD, Lee JS, Kang HC

PURPOSE: Acquired epileptic aphasia (AEA) accompanied by electroencephalogram (EEG) abnormality is a rare disease; therefore, there are few studies investigating the prognostic factors and treatment efficacy. We aimed to determine...
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Treatment Response to Acquired Aphasia with Seizures and Prognosis through Electroencephalogram on Cognitive Function

Koo CM, Kim SH, Kim HD, Lee JS, Kang HC

PURPOSE: Acquired epileptic aphasia (AEA) accompanied by electroencephalogram (EEG) abnormality is a rare disease; therefore, there are few studies investigating the prognostic factors and treatment efficacy. We aimed to determine...
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Hyperglycemia-Induced Aphasia Presenting with Seizure-like Brain Perfusion Findings on Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography

Oh C, Lee SY, Jang JW

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Crossed Aphasia after Right Corpus Callosum Infarction: a Case Report

Yoo HS, Kim HS

Crossed aphasia (CA) is defined as language impairment following right-hemispheric brain lesion in right-handed person. Exact mechanism responsible for CA is ambiguous, and recently several brain lesions have been proposed...
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Successful Mechanical Thrombectomy Using Solumbra Technique In a 35-year-old Man With Achondroplasia: a case report

Cho JS, Kim SU, Kim HJ, Yang JH, Lee IW, Lee HJ

BACKGROUND: Achondroplasia is one of the most common types of dwarfism and is inherited as an autosomal dominant disease. The patients with achondroplasia suffer from various complications such as craniofacial,...
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Intraarterial therapy for middle cerebral artery dissection with intramural hematoma detection on susceptibility-weighted imaging

Yoon C, Jung S, Jeong H, Cho E, Yang TW, Kim SJ, Park KJ, Kim SS, Park H

BACKGROUND: Intracranial artery dissection (IAD) may be an underdiagnosed cause of large vessel occlusion. The safety and efficacy of intra-arterial therapy (IAT) in patients with IAD are largely unknown. We...
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Changes in Language Function and Recovery-Related Prognostic Factors in First-Ever Left Hemispheric Ischemic Stroke

Kim KA, Lee JS, Chang WH, Kim DY, Shin YI, Kim SY, Kim YT, Kang SH, Choi JY, Kim YH

OBJECTIVE: To investigate longitudinal changes in language function in left-hemispheric ischemic stroke patients as well as factors that influence language recovery until 1 year after stroke onset. METHODS: We analyzed data...
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Relationships between [¹⁸F]-THK5351 Retention and Language Functions in Primary Progressive Aphasia

Jeong HJ, Yoon CW, Seo S, Lee SY, Suh MK, Seo HE, Kim WR, Lee H, Heo JH, Lee YB, Park KH, Choi SH, Ido T, Lee KM, Noh Y

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: There are three distinct subtypes of primary progressive aphasia (PPA): the nonfluent/agrammatic variant (nfvPPA), the semantic variant (svPPA), and the logopenic variant (lvPPA). We sought to characterize...
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Reliability and Validity of the Comprehensive Limb and Oral Apraxia Test: Standardization and Clinical Application in Korean Patients With Stroke

Pyun SB, Hwang YM, Jo SY, Ha JW

OBJECTIVE: To develop and standardize the Limb and Oral Apraxia Test (LOAT) for Korean patients and investigate its reliability, validity, and clinical usefulness for patients with stroke. METHODS: We developed the...
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Standard Recipes for the Preparation of Thickened Barium Liquids Used in the Diagnosis of Dysphagia

Park J, Yoo W, Yoo B

Barium sulfate is commonly used to prepare contrast media for videofluorograpy. The flow characteristics of thickened liquids formulated for oropharyngeal imaging are known to be greatly affected by the addition...
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¹⁸F-THK5351 PET Imaging in Nonfluent-Agrammatic Variant Primary Progressive Aphasia

Yoon CW, Jeong HJ, Seo S, Lee SY, Suh MK, Heo JH, Lee YB, Park KH, Okamura N, Lee KM, Noh Y

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: To analyze 18F-THK5351 positron emission tomography (PET) scans of patients with clinically diagnosed nonfluent/agrammatic variant primary progressive aphasia (navPPA). METHODS: Thirty-one participants, including those with Alzheimer's disease (AD,...
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Migraine with Aura: Surface-Based Analysis of the Cerebral Cortex with Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Petrusic I, Dakovic M, Kacar K, Zidverc-Trajkovic J

OBJECTIVE: Previous migraine studies have reported gray matter alterations in various cortical regions with conflicting results. This study aimed to explore a cortical morphometric difference in migraineurs with aura (MA)...
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Dental Problems Associated with Radiation Therapy

Joung YJ, Hong JH, Ahn KM

Dental problems associated with radiation therapy are difficult to treat because of the irreversible nature of radiation therapy and permanent tissue damage. Common oral complications include oral mucosa ulceration, xerostomia,...
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Early Onset Alzheimer's Disease Presenting as Logopenic Primary Progressive Aphasia

Oh MJ, Kim S, Park YH, Suh J, Yi S

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Non-convulsive seizure related to Cremophor ELâ„¢-free, polymeric micelle formulation of paclitaxel: a case report

Shin YS, Min KJ, Choi SY, Lee NW

Paclitaxel is a chemotherapeutic agent that is effective against ovarian, breast, lung, and other cancers. Although peripheral neurotoxicity is among the most common side effects of paclitaxel treatment, central neurotoxicity...
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An Autopsy Confirmed Case of Semantic Variant Primary Progressive Aphasia with Frontotemporal Lobar Degeneration-TDP type C

Jung NY, Lee MJ, Lee JH, Shin JH, Lee YM, Shin MJ, Pak K, Hwang C, Ahn JW, Sung S, Choi KU, Huh GY, Kim EJ

A 62-year-old man presented with a one-year history of word finding difficulty, impaired single word comprehension and personality changes including aggression, apathy and eating change. Brain MRIs showed severe atrophy...
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Hemiplegic Migraine Presenting with Unilateral Facial Palsy: A case report

Yeon GM

Hemiplegic migraine (HM) is a rare subtype of migraine with aura and is accompanied by a fully reversible motor aura. HM can occur in two forms: familial or sporadic. Currently,...
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