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Evolution of Ischemic Stroke Therapy

Neurosurgical intervention with mechanical thrombectomy has very recently become the standard of care for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke.

Published 23 Dec, 2016


Editorial

Metastatic Epidural Spinal Cord Compression: An Update of Best Practice

As the survival of patients with cancer is increasing, metastasis to the spine becomes a real health issue and economic burden.

Published 12 Dec, 2016


Editorial

“Good Perfume, But it gives me a Headache Attack”. Osmophobia as a Clinical Marker of Migraine

[“Olfactorius in his sensus infectus est, neque quicquam eos bene olens oblectat; pariter quoque graveolentia detestantur…”].

Published 30 Nov, 2016


Editorial

“Good Perfume, But it gives me a Headache Attack”. Osmophobia as a Clinical Marker of Migraine

[“Olfactorius in his sensus infectus est, neque quicquam eos bene olens oblectat; pariter quoque graveolentia detestantur…”].

Published 30 Nov, 2016


Editorial

“Good Perfume, But it gives me a Headache Attack”. Osmophobia as a Clinical Marker of Migraine

[“Olfactorius in his sensus infectus est, neque quicquam eos bene olens oblectat; pariter quoque graveolentia detestantur…”].

Published 30 Nov, 2016


Editorial

“Good Perfume, But it gives me a Headache Attack”. Osmophobia as a Clinical Marker of Migraine

[“Olfactorius in his sensus infectus est, neque quicquam eos bene olens oblectat; pariter quoque graveolentia detestantur…”].

Published 30 Nov, 2016


Review Article

Neuroinflammation Induces Neurodegeneration

Neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s disease (AD), Parkinson’s disease (PD), and Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are characterized by neuronal degeneration and neuronal death in specific regions of the central nervous system (CNS).

Published 18 Nov, 2016


Editorial

Mitochondrial Dysfunction, The Common Denominator for Alzheimer’s Disease and Diabetes

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) and diabetes mellitus are chronic disorders associated with aging. They represent a looming crisis with increasing health care and economic demand worldwide.

Published 29 Sep, 2016


Clinical Image

A 37-Year-Old Woman Presented with Sudden Left-Sided Limbs Involuntary Movements

A 37-year-old woman with a history of hypertension presented with left-sided limbs involuntary movements. Neurologic examination was unremarkable. Brain MRI revealed signal hyperintensities in the right putamen (Figure 1A and 1C), the right caudate nucleus (Figure 1B and 1D).

Published 05 Aug, 2016





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