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  • Neurological emergencies associated with COVID-19: stroke and beyond. [Journal Article]
    Emerg Radiol. 2020 Dec; 27(6):747-754.Agarwal A, Pinho M, … Maldjian J
  • Novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) was declared a global pandemic on March 1, 2020. Neurological manifestations are now being reported worldwide, including emergent presentation with acute neurological changes as well as a comorbidity in hospitalized patients. There is limited knowledge on the neurologic manifestations of COVID-19 at present, with a wide array of neurological complications repo…
  • Imaging of Neurologic Disorders in Pregnancy. [Review]
    Neurol Clin. 2020 02; 38(1):37-64.Jamieson DG, McVige JW
  • Pregnant women may have exacerbation of preexisting neurologic disorders or new-onset neurologic symptoms for which brain or spinal cord imaging is appropriate. Primary headaches in early pregnancy can be diagnosed and treated without imaging. Headaches later in pregnancy or in the peripartum period may need to be evaluated by brain and/or vascular imaging. Cerebrovascular complications have dist…
  • ST elevation in recovery post exercise with normal coronary arteries. [Case Reports]
    BMJ Case Rep. 2019 Jul 08; 12(7)Aghamohammadzadeh R, El-Omar SM, … El-Omar M
  • We present the case of a 45-year-old healthy man who successfully completed three stages of the Bruce protocol but developed inferolateral ST segment elevation in the recovery phase. The ECG change was associated with a marked drop in blood pressure. He underwent emergency coronary angiography which revealed normal coronary arteries. It is likely that post-exercise hypotension triggered coronary …
  • Visual loss and recovery in chiasmal compression. [Review]
    Prog Retin Eye Res. 2019 11; 73:100765.Danesh-Meyer HV, Yoon JJ, … Savino PJ
  • Compression of the optic chiasm causes an optic neuropathy that may be associated with reversible visual loss often immediately following surgical decompression. While the precise pathogenesis of retinal ganglion cell impairment and eventual death remains poorly understood, a number of putative mechanisms may play a role. In this article we review the evidence supporting various stages of visual …
  • Usefulness of hyperintense acute reperfusion marker sign in patients with transient neurologic symptom. [Journal Article]
    Medicine (Baltimore). 2019 May; 98(19):e15494.Kang J, Kwon H, … Jo YH
  • It aimed to investigate the incidence and final diagnosis of hyperintense acute reperfusion marker (HARM) signs in patients initially suspected of having a transient ischemic attack (TIA).In retrospective manner, a series of consecutive series of patients who arrived at the emergency department and was initially assessed as TIA within 12 hours of symptom onset between July 2015 and December 2016 …
  • [Primary angiitis of the central nervous system with cerebral infarction and spinal hemorrhage]. [Case Reports]
    Rinsho Shinkeigaku. 2019 May 28; 59(5):268-273.Wada T, Kitaguchi H, Shindo K
  • A 61-year-old woman presented with acute intense lower back pain and weakness in her left leg. She also presented with throbbing headache on the same day. On admission, muscle weakness in her left leg, lower left quadrantanopia and left lower extremity deep sensory disturbance were observed. Laboratory data showed no coagulopathy and autoimmune antibody was negative. Cerebrospinal fluid examinati…
  • A Novel Model for Studying Voltage-Gated Ion Channel Gene Expression during Reversible Ischemic Stroke. [Journal Article]
    Int J Med Sci. 2019; 16(1):60-67.Tai YS, Yang SC, … Lin MW
  • The dysfunction of voltage-gated ion channels contributes to the pathology of ischemic stroke. In this study, we developed rat models of transient ischemic attack (TIA) and reversible ischemic neurological deficit (RIND) that was induced via the injection of artificial embolic particles during full consciousness, that allow us to monitor the neurologic deficit and positron emission tomography (PE…
  • Truly Reconciling the Case of Jahi McMath. [Comment]
    Neurocrit Care. 2018 10; 29(2):165-170.Shewmon DA
  • This article clarifies some issues raised by Dr. Ariane Lewis in her recent "Current Opinion/Arguments" article on the case of Jahi McMath. Review of case materials. Jahi's case most likely represents an instance of global ischemic penumbra (GIP) mimicking brain death (BD), with intracranial blood flow too low to support neuronal function or to be detected by radionuclide scan but sufficient to p…
  • Severe Reversible Cerebral Vasoconstriction Syndrome with Large Posterior Cerebral Infarction. [Case Reports]
    J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. 2018 Nov; 27(11):3043-3045.Yamada H, Kikuchi R, … Miyazaki H
  • Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction syndrome is characterized by thunderclap headache and multifocal cerebral vasoconstriction. Cerebral vasoconstriction is reversible, and most cases have good prognosis. However, clinical outcome is possibly severe when it is complicated by stroke, yet detailed reports on such a case are few. We experienced a case of severe reversible cerebral vasoconstriction …
  • Imaging the Unconscious "Found Down" Patient in the Emergency Department. [Review]
    Neuroimaging Clin N Am. 2018 Aug; 28(3):435-451.Torres C, Zakhari N, … Nguyen TB
  • Unconsciousness may be due to severe brain damage or to potentially reversible causes. Noncontrast head computed tomography (CT) helps identify acute ischemic and hemorrhagic lesions as well as certain patterns of toxic encephalopathy. MR imaging plays an important role in the assessment of acutely encephalopathic patients who may show no significant abnormality on CT. This review describes some …
  • Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction complicated with brain infarction immediately after carotid artery stenting. [Case Reports]
    Interv Neuroradiol. 2018 Dec; 24(6):688-692.Higashi E, Uwatoko T, … Sugimori H
  • Reversible cerebral vasoconstriction is a very rare complication after carotid artery stenting (CAS). It has been reported to occur more than several hours after CAS and to have a good clinical course. A 73-year-old man underwent CAS for a high-grade symptomatic stenosis of his left carotid artery. Immediately after CAS, he had consciousness disturbance and right hemiparesis. We first suspected h…
  • Understanding posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome. [Review]
    JAAPA. 2018 Jul; 31(7):31-34.Fittro K, Dizon R
  • Posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome is a characteristic clinical-radiographic syndrome with diverse and multifactorial causes. Symptoms include headache, altered mental status, seizures, nausea and vomiting, and vision abnormalities. The syndrome is treated by lowering BP, administering anticonvulsant medications, correcting metabolic abnormalities, and removing offending agents. Seconda…
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