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(Annals of Neurology[TA])
11,117 results
  • Low-Voltage Fast Seizures in Humans Begin With Increased Interneuron Firing. [Journal Article]
  • ANAnn Neurol 2018 Sep 04
  • Elahian B, Lado NE, … Weiss SA
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our results suggest that seizure generation and spread during spontaneous mesial-temporal LVF onset events in humans may result from increased inhibitory neuron firing that spawns a subsequent increase in excitatory neuron firing and seizure evolution. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • The association between carotid atheroma and cerebral cortex structure at age 73. [Journal Article]
  • ANAnn Neurol 2018 Sep 04
  • Alhusaini S, Karama S, … Ducharme S
  • CONCLUSIONS: The findings suggest that carotid stenosis represents a marker of processes that accelerate aging of the cerebral cortex and cognition that is in part independent of measurable VRFs. Cortical thinning within the anterior and posterior circulation territories partially mediated the relationship between carotid atheroma and fluid intelligence. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • Facioscapulohumeral dystrophy in childhood: a nationwide natural history study. [Journal Article]
  • ANAnn Neurol 2018 Sep 04
  • Goselink RJM, Schreuder THA, … Erasmus CE
  • CONCLUSIONS: FSHD in childhood is more prevalent than previously known and the genotype resembles classic FSHD. Importantly, FSHD mainly affects functional exercise capacity and quality of life in children. As such, these results are paramount for counseling, clinical management and stratification in clinical research.
  • Neurotoxicity after CTL019 in a Pediatric and Young Adult Cohort. [Journal Article]
  • ANAnn Neurol 2018 Sep 03
  • Gofshteyn JS, Shaw PA, … McGuire J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Neurotoxicity is common after CTL019 infusion in children and young adults, and is associated with higher CRS grade. Differences in serum cytokine profiles between subjects with neurotoxicity and those with isolated CRS suggest unique pathophysiological mechanisms. Serum cytokine profiles in the first three days post-infusion may help identify at-risk children and young adults for neurotoxicity, and may provide a foundation for investigation into potential mitigation strategies This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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