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Isolated Shoulder Weakness due to a Small Cortical Infarction

Nah HU, Park HK, Kang DW

Small cortical infarctions can produce isolated motor paresis in the upper extremities. Several cases of isolated hand or finger paresis have been reported, but isolated shoulder weakness is extremely rare....
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Delayed-Onset Continuous Bruxism with Olivary Hypertrophy After Top of the Basilar Syndrome

Kim SG, Kim MJ, Cha MJ, Cho SJ, Kwon KH, Minn YK

Delayed-onset continuous bruxism due to brain stem infarction has not yet been reported. A 49-year old man presented with quadriplegia and ophthalmoplegia. Brain MRI showed acute infarction in the bilateral...
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Primary Diffuse Leptomeningeal Gliomatosis: Report of a Case Presenting with Chronic Meningitis

Kim SH, Jun DC, Park JS, Heo JH, Kim SM, Kim J, Paek SH, Kim M

Neoplastic meningitis occurs in approximately 5% of patients with cancer. Primary diffuse leptomeningeal gliomatosis is a rare condition whereby a glioma arises from heterotopic cell nests in the leptomeninges. We...
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A Case of Ramsay Hunt Syndrome Complicated by Cerebellitis

Park HK, Lee JH

Cerebellitis associated with herpes zoster has rarely been observed. We report here a 76-year-old man who had a history of anterior resection for sigmoid colon cancer and presented during chemotherapy...
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Unilateral Trigeminal Mandibular Motor Neuropathy Caused by Tumor in the Foramen Ovale

Park KS, Chung JM, Jeon BS, Park SH, Lee KW

Pure trigeminal motor neuropathy is characterized by trigeminal motor weakness without signs of trigeminal sensory or other cranial nerve involvement. We describe a 63-year-old woman with progressive weakness and atrophy...
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Common Misconceptions in People With Epilepsy

Choi-Kwon , Kim EK, Youn SM, Choi JM, Lee SK, Chung CK

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: This study was undertaken to determine the knowledge that people with epilepsy (PWE) have regarding the nature of epilepsy and its management, and also to identify the...
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Classification and Serial Evolution of PLEDs

Kim YS, Choi SY, Kwag HJ, Kim JM

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Periodic lateralized epileptiform discharges (PLEDs) are defined as spikes or sharp waves occurring at an approximately regular interval. PLEDs are subdivided into PLEDs proper and PLEDs plus...
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Analysis of the Lesion Distributions and Mechanism of Acute Middle Cerebral Artery Infarctions Involving the Striatocapsular Region

Lee KB, Roh H, Park HK, Sung KB, Ahn MY

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: There is no clear description about the patterns of each mechanism of striatocapsular infarctions. The aims of our study were to elucidate differences in the distributions of...
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Matrix Metalloproteinases in Cerebral Ischemia

Kim HY, Han SH

Matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) are involved in the pathophysiology of several central nervous system diseases that share common pathogeneses, such as disruption of the blood-brain barrier (BBB), neuroinflammation, oxidative stress, and...
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Aphasia and the Diagram Makers Revisited: an Update of Information Processing Models

Heilman KM

Aphasic syndromes from diseases such as stroke and degenerative disorders are still common and disabling neurobehavioral disorders. Diagnosis, management and treatment of these communication disorders are often dependent upon understanding...
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