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Supraorbital Endoscopic Evacuation for Traumatic Intracerebral Hematomas in the Frontal Lobe

Oh HJ, Hwang SC

Objective : Traumatic intracranial hematomas have been rarely evacuated by endoscopic surgery. The frontal lobe is the usual location for the traumatic intracerebral hematoma (TICH). Endoscopic evacuation for the frontal...
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Intraoperative monitoring of cortico-cortical evoked potentials of the frontal aslant tract in a patient with oligodendroglioma

Yang Hr, Ra YS, Koo YS

The newly identified frontal aslant tract (FAT) that connects the posterior Broca’s area to the supplementary motor area is known to be involved in speech and language functions. We successfully...
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An Intracerebral Type of Cranial Chondroma

Kim E

The vast majority of intracranial chondromas are located in the base of the cranium. Their presentation as an intracerebral neoplasm is considered to be extremely rare. A previously healthy 45-year-old man experienced...
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A Comparison of Five Types of Trail Making Test in Korean Elderly

Jang JW, Kim K, Baek MJ, Kim S

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Previously developed Korean versions of the Trail Making Test (TMT) that replaced the English in part B, has been unsuccessful in Korea. The current study identifies the...
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Prefrontal Cortical Thickness Deficit in Detoxified Alcohol-dependent Patients

Bae S, Kang I, Lee BC, Jeon Y, Cho HB, Yoon S, Lim SM, Kim J, Lyoo IK, Kim JE, Choi IG

Alcohol dependence is a serious disorder that can be related with a number of potential health-related and social consequences. Cortical thickness measurements would provide important information on the cortical structural...
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Sleep and Suicide

Yoon HK

Previous research has identified the biological, psychological, and social factors that confer an elevated risk for suicide. Evidence suggests that sleep disturbances are one of the risk factors that predict...
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A Case of Nasu-Hakola Disease without Fractures or Consanguinity Diagnosed Using Exome Sequencing and Treated with Sodium Valproate

Yamazaki K, Yoshino Y, Mori Y, Ochi S, Yoshida T, Ishimaru T, Ueno SI

Nasu-Hakola disease (NHD) is a rare autosomal recessive neuropsychiatric disorder characterized by bone cysts, fractures, and cognitive impairment. Two genes are responsible for the development of NHD; TYROBP and TREM2....
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Novel Information on Anatomic Factors Causing Grasp Reflex in Frontal Lobe Infarction: A Case Report

Choi I, Jung KI, Yoo WK, Jang S, Ohn SH

We report a patient with a severe limitation of function in the right hand resulting from grasp reflex following a stroke affecting the left anterior cerebral artery region. We describe,...
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Emerging Surgical Strategies of Intractable Frontal Lobe Epilepsy with Cortical Dysplasia in Terms of Extent of Resection

Shin JH, Jung NY, Kim SP, Son EI

OBJECTIVE: Cortical dysplasia (CD) is one of the common causes of epilepsy surgery. However, surgical outcome still remains poor, especially with frontal lobe epilepsy (FLE), despite the advancement of neuroimaging...
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Clinical Usefulness of 99mTc-Hexamethyl Propylene Amine Oxime Perfusion Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography for Early Phase Multiple System Atrophy

Lee JY, Song IU, Chung SW, Chung YA, Yang Y

BACKGROUND: Clinical diagnosis of multiple system atrophy (MSA) relays on signs and symptoms that are often difficult to identify particularly at early stage. Indeed neuropathological studies have demonstrated that Parkinson...
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Clinical Progress of Gerstmann's Syndrome with Left Frontal Lobe Lesion: Two Cases

Lee H, Park HS, Kim M, Lee Y, Chin J, Kim YH

Gerstmann's syndrome, assigned to a lesion of the dominant parietal lobe, is a neurological disorder characterized by acalculia, agraphia, right-left disorientation and finger agnosia. Some studies report that these symptoms...
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A Comparison of the Prospective Memory among College Students, Normal Elderly, and Parkinson's Disease Patients

Pyun J, Kang Y, Park J, Kim YJ, Park K, Han IW

BACKGROUND: This study was conducted to examine the effects of normal aging and cerebral pathology on the prospective memory and the relationships between the prospective memory and frontal lobe functions. METHODS:...
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Bilateral Frontal Polymicrogyria: An Autopsy Case Report

Chun YK, Choi JS, Chi JG

Bilateral frontal polymicrogyria is a recently recognized syndrome characterized by symmetric polymicrogyria of both frontal lobes that presents with delayed motor and language development, spastic quadriparesis, and variable mental retardation....
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A Case of Kallmann's Syndrome with Frontal Lobe Atrophy and Mental Retardation

Hyun S, Park S, Kang DG, Jeong SU, Lee DH, Koh G

Kallmann's syndrome is a rare condition, and this is defined as hypogonadotropic hypogonadism and anosmia or hyposmia. The syndrome may be associated with cleft lip, cleft palate, color blindness, skeletal...
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Memory Dysfunctions after Mild and Moderate Traumatic Brain Injury: Comparison between Patients with and without Frontal Lobe Injury

Kim JS, Kim OL, Seo WS, Koo BH, Joo Y, Bai DS

OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to assess memory dysfunction in patients with mild and moderate traumatic brain injury (TBI) with and without frontal lobe injury (FLI). METHODS: The subjects...
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Effects of an Exercise Program on Frontal Lobe Cognitive Function in Elders

Shin MK

  • KMID: 2439684
  • J Korean Acad Nurs.
  • 2009 Feb;39(1):107-115.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to identify the effects of an exercise program on frontal lobe cognitive function in seniors. METHODS: The participants were 42 seniors using a...
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Relationship of Nocturnal Sleep with Frontal Lobe Function in Mild Cognitive Impairment(MCI) Patients

Kim SJ, Jung JS, Jhoo JH, Lee JH

  • KMID: 2341443
  • J Korean Neuropsychiatr Assoc.
  • 2008 May;47(3):254-262.
OBJECTIVES: Nocturnal sleep disruption has been considered as a risk factor for cognitive impairment in the elderly. And the frontal lobe dysfunction was suggested to predict the progression to dementia....
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Surgical Treatment of Intractable Frontal Lobe Epilepsy

Song Y, Hong SH, Kang JK, Lee JK

  • KMID: 2063590
  • J Korean Epilepsy Soc.
  • 2007 Dec;11(2):91-96.
PURPOSE: Frontal lobe epilepsy is difficult to be managed with medical or surgical treatment. So the authors analyzed and reviewed the clinical results of the frontal lobe epilepsy patients who...
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Non-epileptic paroxysmal events during sleep: Differentiation from epileptic seizures

Lee IK

This review describes the wide spectrum of paroxysmal events during sleep in infancy and childhood. The differential diagnosis between sleep-related non-epileptic paroxysmal events and epileptic seizures is difficult in special...
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Long-Term Dysfunction of Frontal Lobe in a Patient with Isolated Reversible Splenial Lesion after Status Epilepticus

Park HJ, Cho YJ, Han SD, Lee YJ, Lee BI, Heo K

  • KMID: 1510306
  • J Korean Epilepsy Soc.
  • 2007 Jun;11(1):54-58.
Reversible splenial edema has been often reported in epilepsy patients. Clinical presentation is reported to be silent in general. We experienced a patient with splenial lesion and cognitive dysfunction. A...
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