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Unilateral loss of thoracic motion after blunt trauma: a sign of acute Brown-Séquard syndrome

Sato M, Kuriyama A, Ohtomo R

Late-onset Brown-Séquard syndrome (BSS) is a rare condition resulting from a spinal cord injury that develops weeks to years after a blunt trauma. Acute-onset BSS after a blunt injury has...
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Thiamine Deficiency in a Child with Short Bowel Syndrome and Review

Roilides I, Vasilaki K, Xinias I, Iosifidis , Antachopoulos C, Roilides E

Thiamine (vitamin B₁) is a water-soluble vitamin that is not endogenously synthesized in humans. It is absorbed by the small intestine, where it is activated. Its active form acts as...
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Thoracic Spinal Cord Infarction Presenting as Isolated Monoplegia

Son H, Kim JA, Lee S, Kwon HM

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Pattern of Extraocular Muscle Involvements in Miller Fisher Syndrome

Ryu WY, Kim YH, Yoon BA, Park HT, Bae JS, Kim JK

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The most-common initial manifestation of Miller Fisher syndrome (MFS) is diplopia due to acute ophthalmoplegia. However, few studies have focused on ocular motility findings in MFS. This...
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Ipsilateral Hemiparesis Following Epidural Hematoma in a Patient With Traumatic Brain Injury

Jang SH, Seo YS

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Primary Intraparenchymal Central Nervous System Solitary Fibrous Tumor/Hemangiopericytoma Presenting with Intracerebral Hemorrhage: A Case Report

Ha MH, Jung TY, Kim SK, Lee KH, Kim D

A 53-year old man who had a left hemiparesis from head injury of traffic accident 20 years ago visited an emergency room with suddenly developed semi-comatose mental status. Brain CT...
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A Case of Recurrent Supratentorial Extraventricular Anaplastic Ependymoma in Adult

Seo SW, Kang HJ, Lee MS, Suh SJ, Lee YS, Lee JH, Kang DG

Supratentorial extraventricular anaplastic ependymoma (SEAE) in adults is a relatively rare intracranial tumor. Because of the very low prevalence, only a few cases have been reported. According to a recent...
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Combined Therapy With Functional Electrical Stimulation and Standing Frame in Stroke Patients

Lee JB, Kim SB, Lee KW, Lee JH, Park JG, Lee SJ

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effects of combination functional electrical stimulation (FES) and standing frame training on standing balance in stroke patients. METHODS: Patients who had hemiparesis and postural instability after stroke...
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Long-Term Results of Intraoral Excision for Submandibular Mixed Tumors

Hong YT, Kim JS, Yeo CD, Hong KH

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Generally, the benign mixed tumors of the submandibular gland are successfully removed via transcervical approach. Recently, however, an alternative to the standard transcervical approach, such as an...
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Ponto-medullary Junction Infarction Presenting as Ipsilateral Abducens Nerve Palsy and Contralateral Hemiparesis without Facial Involvement

Lim JH, Kim YS, Lee HS

Raymond syndrome is a pontine syndrome consisting of ipsilateral abducens nerve palsy, contralateral facial paralysis, and contralateral hemiparesis. However, subsequent clinical observations argued on the presentation of facial involvement. The...
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Recurrent cervicocephalic artery dissection in a patient with Churg-Strauss syndrome treated with long-term corticosteroid therapy

Kim HJ, Park SR, Bang OY

Churg-Strauss syndrome (CSS) is known to mainly involve small vessels; thus, in the event of large-vessel disease, other causes must be taken into consideration. We report a case of CSS...
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Lateral Ventricular Meningioma Presenting with Intraventricular Hemorrhage

Moon JS, Cha SH, Cho WH

A 35-year-old female visited emergency department for a sudden onset of headache with vomiting after management for abortion at local department. Neurological examination revealed drowsy mentality without focal neurological deficits....
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Traumatic Cervical Epidural Hematoma without Osseous Fracture Presenting as Hemiparesis

Lee HS, Ju CI, Kim SW

Traumatic cervical epidural hematoma (EDH) with no osseous fracture or underlying hematological abnormalities is a rare disorder that sometimes requires emergent surgical decompressive therapy. A 47-year-old woman was admitted to...
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Zoster-associated limb paresis presenting as femoral neuropathy

Hwang I, Yun U, Bae H, Han JH, Ha SW, Kim DE

Zoster-associated limb paresis is a relatively uncommon complication of herpes zoster that is characterized by focal motor weakness. Awareness of this disorder is important to avoid unnecessary invasive investigations and...
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Long-Term Changes in Video Head Impulse and Caloric Tests in Patients with Unilateral Vestibular Neuritis

Lee HJ, Kim SH, Jung J

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Video head impulse tests (vHITs) and caloric tests are widely used to assess the loss of vestibular function in acute vestibular neuritis. Although previous studies have reported...
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Extraocular Muscles Involvement as the Initial Presentation in Metastatic Breast Cancer

Coutinho I, Marques M, Almeida R, Custódio , Simões Silva T, Águas F

Orbital metastasis is a rare event, and metastatic disease affecting the extraocular muscles is an even less frequent complication of solid tumors. Herein, we report an unusual case of ptosis...
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The Feasibility of the Adaptation of Ability for Basic Movement Scale II for Patients with Parkinson Disease

Nakayama Y, Abo M

The Ability for Basic Movement Scale (ABMS) II has been introduced recently in some institutions for assessment of motor function in hemiparesis patients. This scale can estimate 5 important basic...
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The Effects of Task-Oriented Exercise Program on Balance Ability in Patients with Acute Stroke

Kang TW, Kim BR

PURPOSE: This study aimed to identify the effects of a task-oriented exercise program on balance in patients with acute stroke. METHODS: Twenty participants with hemiparesis resulting from acute stroke volunteered to...
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Clinical Usefulness of Video Head Impulse Test-Comparison of Bithermal Caloric Test and Bedside Head Impulse Test

Kim HJ, Ko YJ, Hong HS, Lee SC, Kim HJ, Kim KS

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Video head impulse test system (vHIT) is an easy-to-use test and there are numerous studies showing its efficacy. The aim of the study was to evaluate the...
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Prognostic Factors of Neurological Complications in Spinal Surgeries

Shin WS, Ahn DK, Lee JS, Koo KH, Yoo IS

STUDY DESIGN: Retrospective study. PURPOSE: To determine prognostic factors of neurological complications (NCs) of posterior thoracolumbar surgeries. OVERVIEW OF LITERATURE: There have been few reports on the prognosis of NCs according to...
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