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Neurotoxic Syndrome Developed after Taking Sertraline and Risperidone

Kim JM, Lee ST, Song EC, Jung KH, Sinn DI, Chung H, Chu K, Kim M

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome and serotonin syndrome share many common clinical features, and the term "Neurotoxic syndrome" can be used when a clear distinction cannot be made between the two. Here...
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Bilateral Ageusia in a Patient with a Left Ventroposteromedial Thalamic Infarct: Cortical Localization of Taste Sensation by Statistical Parametric Mapping Analysis of PET Images

Kim JE, Song H, Jeong JH, Choi KG, Na DL

Unilateral taste loss is usually observed on the side contralateral to a thalamic infarction, despite gustatory function being represented bilaterally. We report a rare case of bilateral taste loss in...
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Myasthenia Gravis Appearing After Thymectomy: a Case Report and Review of the Literature

Kang SY, Lee JS, Choi JC, Kang JH

A small proportion of thymoma patients without myasthenia gravis (MG) have been observed to develop MG after total removal of the thymoma. However, the underlying cause is not yet known...
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A Case of Propofol-Induced Delayed-Onset Refractory Myoclonic Seizures

Jeon HW, Kang JH, Kim HS, Jo HY, Kim SH

Propofol, a GABA-mediated inhibitor of excitatory neurotransmitter, is a popular intravenous agent for general anesthesia and sedation. Its side effects reportedly include opisthotonus, seizures, and myoclonus, and are usually manageable....
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Focal Hand Dystonia Secondary to Basal Ganglia Germinoma

Kim JS, Han SJ, Kim W, Kim BS, Kim YI, Lee KS

Descriptions of symptomatic focal dystonia caused by focal lesions of the central nervous system (CNS) are rare in the literature. We report a 9-year-old child who experienced sudden-onset left-hand dystonia...
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Silent Microbleeds and Hemorrhagic Conversion of an Embolic Infarction

Kim BJ, Lee SH

We report a patient with multiple simultaneous embolic infarctions with localized hemorrhagic conversion. A 75-year-old male patient had several silent microbleeds (SMBs) exclusively in the cerebral cortex, and underwent angioplasty...
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Clinical and Oculographic Findings of X-linked Congenital Nystagmus in Three Korean Families

Oh SY, Shin BS, Jeong KY, Hwang JM, Kim JS

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Congenital nystagmus (CN) is an ocular oscillation that usually manifests during early infancy. Typical features of CN include bilateral, conjugate, uniplanar, and usually horizontal eye movements, a...
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CCR2-64I and CCR5Delta32 Polymorphisms in Korean Patients with Myasthenia Gravis

Kim HS, Kim DS, Lee EY, Sunwoo IN, Choi YC

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Chemokines participate in the regulation of immune and inflammatory responses by interacting with their receptors, which are primarily expressed on immune and inflammatory cells such as B-...
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Screening of the A11084G Polymorphism and Scanning of a Mitochondrial Genome SNP in Korean Migraineurs

Kang L, Lee ST, Im W, Kim SC, Hun KS, Kim BK, Kim M

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Migraine is a genetically heterogeneous disorder that is frequently associated with a familial history, and mitochondrial dysfunction has been suggested to be associated with its pathogenesis. We...
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Migraine Associated Vertigo

Cha YH, Baloh RW

The interrelations of migraine and vertigo are complex, eluding a simple localization either centrally or peripherally. Spontaneous episodic vertigo, benign paroxysmal positional vertigo, and Meniere's disease all occur more frequently...
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