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  • Resection of a lateral supratentorial endodermal cyst complicated by postoperative seizures: A case report. [Case Reports]
    Surg Neurol Int 2019; 10:141Nagata K, Kiyofuji S, … Sora S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgical intervention for endodermal cysts can be complicated by postoperative seizures caused by chemical irritation of brain cortex due to spillage of cyst contents. It is important to irrigate the cyst wall very well intraoperatively and pay attention not to spill the cyst fluid to unaffected locations. Preoperative administration of antiepileptic drugs should also be considered if endodermal cysts, not simple arachnoid cysts, are suspected preoperatively.
  • DCS or DCI? The difference and why it matters. [Editorial]
    Diving Hyperb Med 2019; 49(3):152-153Mitchell SJ
  • There are few issues that generate as much confusion in diving medicine as the nomenclature of bubble-induced dysbaric disease. Prior to the late 1980s, the diagnosis 'decompression sickness' (DCS) was invoked for symptoms presumed to arise as a consequence of bubble formation from dissolved inert gas during or after decompression. These bubbles were known to form within tissues, and also to appe…
  • Humans perceive binocular rivalry and fusion in a tristable dynamic state. [Journal Article]
    J Neurosci 2019Riesen G, Norcia AM, Gardner JL
  • Human vision combines inputs from the two eyes into one percept. Small differences 'fuse' together, while larger differences are seen 'rivalrously' from one eye at a time. These outcomes are typically treated as mutually exclusive processes, with paradigms targeting one or the other and fusion being unreported in most rivalry studies. Is fusion truly a default, stable state that only breaks into …
  • Beyond center-based testing: Understanding and improving functioning with wearable technology in MS. [Journal Article]
    Mult Scler 2019; 25(10):1402-1411Brichetto G, Pedullà L, … Tacchino A
  • Wearable sensors are designed to be worn on the body or embedded into portable devices (e.g. smartphones and smartwatches), allowing continuous patient-based monitoring, objective outcomes measuring, and feedback delivering on daily-life activities. Within the medicine domain, there has been a rapid increase in the development, testing, and use of wearable technologies especially in the context o…
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