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Sensations Reported During Urodynamic Bladder Filling in Spinal Cord Injury Patients Give Additional Important Information

Wyndaele JJ, Wyndaele M, Rosier PF

Purpose: This study investigated the sensations reported during filling cystometry in patients with spinal cord lesions (SCLs) of different levels and completeness. Methods: In this retrospective cohort study, information was gathered...
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Premonitory Urges Reconsidered: Urge Location Corresponds to Tic Location in Patients With Primary Tic Disorders

Essing J, Jakubovski E, Psathakis N, Cevirme SN, Leckman JF, Müller-Vahl KR

Objective In patients with Tourette syndrome and other primary tic disorders (PTDs), tics are typically preceded by premonitory urges (PUs). To date, only a few studies have investigated the location...
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Inferior alveolar nerve dysfunction in mandibular fractures: a prospective cohort study

S N C, Shetty SK, Shetty SK, Shah AK

Objectives: To assess the prevalence and recovery of inferior alveolar nerve dysfunction (IAND) in mandibular fractures. Materials and Methods: This was a prospective cohort study. Clinical neurosensory testing was done preoperatively...
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The Management of Foreign Body Sensation in the Throat after Stroke by Trigger Point Injection on Posterior Belly of Digastric Muscles

Kim H, Yang HS, Cheon JH, Won KH

Foreign body (FB) sensation in the throat is often a common symptom encountered in clinical practice. FB sensation in throat has numerous causes mainly caused by reflex diseases such as...
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Sensory assessment of meshed skin grafts over free gracilis muscle flaps without nerve coaptation for lower extremity reconstruction

Tremp M, Waldkircher NJ, Wang W, Oranges CM, di Summa PG, Zhang Y, Wang W, Schaefer DJ, Kalbermatten DF

Background Little is known about the sensate recovery of skin grafts over free non-neurotized muscle flaps. The aim of this study was to evaluate the sensitivity of free gracilis muscle...
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Validation of Olfactory Questionnaire in Koreans: an Alternative for Conventional Psychophysical Olfactory Tests

Kim JW, Kim Hs, Kim M, Kim SH, Cho SW, Kim JY

Background: The patients with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), a worldwide pandemic infection, frequently complain of olfactory disorders. However, psychophysical olfactory tests performed by an examiner are very difficult in these...
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Risk and protective factors affecting sensory recovery after breast reconstruction

Bae JY, Shin HY, Song SY, Lee DW

Background Although loss of sensation in patients with breast cancer after mastectomy followed by breast reconstruction is an important factor affecting patients’ quality of life, the mechanism of sensory recovery...
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Schwannoma on the nasal dorsum and tip with sensory changes

Yoon SH, Kim CS, Oh JW, Lee KC

Schwannomas, which originate from Schwann cells in the peripheral nervous system, are slowgrowing and uncommon benign tumors. Most schwannomas (90%) occur in isolation, and multiple occurrences are a characteristic feature...
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Paresthesia diagnosed using cone-beam computedtomography: a case report

Kumar U, Kaur CK, Vashisht R, Rattan V

Various dental procedures, such as injection administration, surgical treatment, and endodontic treatment, can cause injury to the nerves. The most commonly injured nerves are the inferior alveolar and lingual nerves. This can...
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Ectopic sympathetic ganglia cells of the ventral root of the spinal cord: an anatomical study

Massrey C, Abdulkader MM, Hattab E, Iwanaga J, Loukas M, Tubbs RS

The sympathetic trunk ganglia contain the cell bodies of neurons. However, some patients who undergo sympathectomy can develop compensatory hyperhidrosis. To evaluate for ectopic pathways, the present anatomical study was...
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Korean Pain Descriptors in Patients with Neuromusculoskeletal Pain

Park GY, Kwon DR, Woo IH

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate which Korean pain descriptors are frequently used in the patients with neuromusculoskeletal diseases and compare the frequency of Korean pain descriptor according to age, gender, pain pattern...
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Experiment of Radial and Ulnar Sides Sensory Dominance of the Digits in Office Workers by Fluorescent Material Painting

Kim HI

PURPOSE: The radial side of fingers are thought to be the dominant sensory side. With the development of electronic devices and lifestyle changes, we think this should be re-evaluated. METHODS: We...
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Effects of Reduced Plantar Cutaneous Sensation on Static Postural the Kinematic Strategy Control in Individuals with or without Chronic Ankle Instability

Kang TK, Kim CY, Kim BH, Jeong HS, Lee SC, Lee SY

PURPOSE: To investigate the alteration of lower extremity movement during maintaining balance test with their eyes closed in chronic ankle instability (CAI) patients compared to healthy group with and without...
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Nursing Algorithm for Stroke Patients with Sensory Disorder

Lee Y, Lee J

PURPOSE: Although post-stroke sensory disorder is different from post-stroke pain, it is often considered as central pain or overlooked in the clinical field. The purposes of this study were to...
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The Relationship between Body Mass Index and Diabetic Foot Ulcer, Sensory, Blood Circulation of Foot on Type II Diabetes Mellitus Patients

Park YK, Lee JY, Jung S, Ryu KH

PURPOSE: Excessive weight bearing from obesity may induce pains in the lower extremity and resulting functional abnormality. Here we aimed to identify the relationship, it is intended to identity relationship...
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Degree of Contribution of Motor and Sensory Scores to Predict Gait Ability in Patients With Incomplete Spinal Cord Injury

Moon J, Yu J, Choi J, Kim M, Min K

OBJECTIVE: To identify different contributions of motor and sensory variables for independent ambulation of patients with incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI), and reveal the most significant contributors among the variables. METHODS:...
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Sensory Processing Disorders are Associated with Duration of Current Episode and Severity of Side Effects

Serafini G, Engel-Yeger B, Vazquez GH, Pompili M, Amore M

OBJECTIVE: Longer duration of untreated illness, longer duration of current episode, and the severity of medication side effects may negatively impact on the perceived disability and psychosocial impairment of patients...
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The use of self-expanding metal stents in the cervical esophagus

Thrower A, Nasrullah , Lowe A, Stephenson S, Kay C

A case series was conducted at our institution on the the use of self-expanding metal stents (SEMS) in the cervical esophagus and their tolerability. Departmental records identified 20 consecutive stents...
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Rectal Mechano-sensory Function in Patients with Carcinoid Diarrhea

Gregersen , Brock C, Haase AM, Laurberg S, Drewes AM, Grønbæk , Krogh K

  • KMID: 2203580
  • J Neurogastroenterol Motil.
  • 2016 Apr;22(2):264-271.
  • doi: 10.5056/jnm15113
BACKGROUND/AIMS: In patients with neuroendocrine tumors, excessive production of serotonin and other amines may cause the carcinoid syndrome, which is mainly characterized by diarrhea and flushing. Little is known about...
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Mapping Regional Laryngopharyngeal Mechanoreceptor Response

Ulualp SO

OBJECTIVES: To map mechanoreceptor response in various regions of the laryngopharynx. METHODS: Five patients with suspected laryngopharyngeal reflux and six healthy control subjects underwent stimulation of mechanoreceptors in the hypopharynx, interarytenoid...
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