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Toward Improving Functional Recovery in AIDS-associated Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy: A Single  Case Pilot Study on a Novel Neuromodulation Approach

Toward Improving Functional Recovery in AIDS-associated Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy: A Single Case Pilot Study on a Novel Neuromodulation Approach

| January 1, 2022

by Antonino Naro, MD, PhD; Luana Billeri, MSc; Paola Lauria, MSc; Alfredo Manuli, MSc; and Rocco Salvatore Calabrò, MD  Drs. Naro and Calabrò, Ms. Billeri, Ms. Lauria, and Mr. Manuli are with IRCCS Centro Neurolesi Bonino Pulejo–Piemonte in Messina, Italy. Funding: No funding was provided for this study.   Disclosures: The authors have no conflicts […]

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Development of a Cognitive Ability Assessment Tool for a Pediatric School-aged Population

Development of a Cognitive Ability Assessment Tool for a Pediatric School-aged Population

| October 1, 2021

by Franco Di Cesare, MD; Leonardo Di Cesare; and Cristiana Di Carlo, MSc  Dr. F. Di Cesare, Mr. L. Di Cesare, and Ms. Di Carlo are with Leoben Research srl in Rome, Italy. FUNDING: This study was supported by Leoben Research.  DISCLOSURES: The authors are employed by Leoben Research.  Innov Clin Neurosci. 2021;18(10–12):30–37. ABSTRACT: Objective. […]

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Frontiers in Detecting Consciousness: The Growing Use of EEG Analysis

Frontiers in Detecting Consciousness: The Growing Use of EEG Analysis

| July 1, 2020

Dear Editors: There is growing scientific interest regarding the use of electroencephalogram (EEG) and multivariate analysis as a means to classify states of consciousness. A recent work assessed the validity of 28 potential EEG markers of consciousness, using the Disorders of Consciousness (DoC)-Forest (the name of the algorithm) tool, to establish states of awareness in […]

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Increased Levels of Protein-methionine Sulfoxide in Plasma Correlate with a Shift from a Mild Cognitive Impairment to an Alzheimer’s Disease Stage

Increased Levels of Protein-methionine Sulfoxide in Plasma Correlate with a Shift from a Mild Cognitive Impairment to an Alzheimer’s Disease Stage

| July 1, 2019

by Yue Deng, MSc; Brianna M. Marsh, BSc student; and Jackob Moskovitz, PhD Mr. Deng, Ms. Marsh, and Dr. Moskovitz are with the Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology at the School of Pharmacy, University of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas. Funding: Support for the studies were provided by the KU ADC P30 AG035982 and the Landon […]

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Does Vitamin D Deficiency Contribute to Cognitive Dysfunction in Patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus?

Does Vitamin D Deficiency Contribute to Cognitive Dysfunction in Patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus?

| October 1, 2018

by Hoda A. Hussein, MD; Lamiaa I. Daker, MD; Nermeen A. Fouad, MD; Azza Elamir, MD; and Shereen R. Mohamed, MD Dr. Hussein is with the Internal Medicine Department, Dr. Daker is with the Neurology Department, Dr. Fouad is with the Rheumatology Department, and Drs. Elamir and Mohamed are with the Medical Biochemistry Department—all with […]

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The Benefit of Mirtazapine in the Treatment of Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy in a Young HIV-positive Patient: A Case Report

The Benefit of Mirtazapine in the Treatment of Progressive Multifocal Leukoencephalopathy in a Young HIV-positive Patient: A Case Report

| February 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

by Carola Mullins, MD; Jorge Miranda, MS; Hugo Sandoval, PhD; Luis Ramos-Duran, MD; and Silvina B. Tonarelli, MD Drs. Mullins , Sandoval, and Ramos-Duran are with the Department of Radiology, Dr. Miranda is with the Paul Foster School of Medicine, and Dr. Tonarelli is with the Department of Psychiatry— all with Texas Tech University Health […]

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Cognitive Impairment Associated with Cancer: A Brief Review

Cognitive Impairment Associated with Cancer: A Brief Review

| February 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

by J. Cara Pendergrass, PhD; Steven D. Targum, MD; and John E. Harrison, BSc (hons), PhD, Cpsychol, CSCI Drs. Pendergrass and Targum are with Bracket Global and Clintara LLC, A Bracket Company, in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Harrison is with the Alzheimer’s Center and Department of Neurology, Neuroscience Campus Amsterdam, VU University Medical Center in Amsterdam, […]

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Letter to the editor: Marijuana on the brain— a concern

| February 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

Dear Editor: Marijuana is one of the most common illegal drugs consumed in the United States. Its use is growing in popularity, especially among young people, partly because of increasing legalization, decriminalization, and the utility of medicinal marijuana. Recreational marijuana differs from medical marijuana in that it has a higher concentration of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). THC […]

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Letter to the editor: Stroke Telerehabilitation in Sicily: a cost-effective approach to reduce disability?

| February 1, 2018 | 0 Comments

Dear Editor: Various surveillance systems are used to identify stroke and its sequela around the world, yet it is clear that stroke remains one of the top causes of mortality and long-term disability.[1] The disease generates a substantial proportion of direct (i.e., related to the goods and services for prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation) and […]

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CNS Summit 2017 Abstracts of Poster Presentations

CNS Summit 2017 Abstracts of Poster Presentations

| November 1, 2017 | 0 Comments

Innov Clin Neurosci. 2017;14(11–12)S1—S20. A Message From the Editor: Dear Colleagues: Welcome to the annual CNS Summit Abstracts of Poster Presentations supplement to Innovations in Clinical Neuroscience. We are pleased to provide you with this reference guide to some of the innovative research that is being presented during CNS Summit 2017. This supplement is just a […]

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