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  • Evaluation of dysphagia by novel real-time MRI. [Journal Article]
  • NeurNeurology 2016 Oct 21
  • Olthoff A, Carstens PO, … Schmidt J
  • CONCLUSIONS: RT-MRI is safe and equally capable as VF to identify the cause of dysphagia in IBM. Advantages of RT-MRI include visualization of soft tissue, more reliable timing analysis, and lack of X-ray exposure. RT-MRI may become a routine diagnostic tool for detailed assessment of the esophagus and other moving parts of the body, facilitating longitudinal evaluations in daily practice and clinical trials.
  • Death with dignity in Washington patients with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. [Journal Article]
  • NeurNeurology 2016 Oct 21
  • Wang LH, Elliott MA, … Weiss MD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Although a small number, ALS represents the disease with the highest proportion of patients seeking to participate in DWD. Patients with ALS who choose DWD are well-educated and have access to palliative or life-prolonging care. The use of the medications appears to be able to achieve the patients' goals without complications.
  • Objective, computerized video-based rating of blepharospasm severity. [Journal Article]
  • NeurNeurology 2016 Oct 21
  • Peterson DA, Littlewort GC, … Sejnowski TJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results demonstrate that CERT has convergent validity with conventional clinical rating scales and can be used with video recordings to measure blepharospasm symptom severity automatically and objectively. Unlike EMG and kinematics, CERT requires only conventional video recordings and can therefore be more easily adopted for use in the clinic.
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