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(thalamic pain syndrome)
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  • Visual deprivation modifies glutamate receptor expression in visual and auditory centers. [Journal Article]
    Am J Transl Res 2019; 11(12):7523-7537Zhou Y, Yin M, … Ji Y
  • Changes in the electrical activities of visual and auditory thalamic-cortical regions account for the cross-modal enhancement of auditory perception following visual deprivation, but the molecular regulatory factors mediating these changes remain elusive. In this study, we showed that the expression patterns of five glutamate receptor (GluR) subunits which involved in regulating the synaptic plas…
  • A case report: Numb Chin Syndrome due to thalamic infarction: a rare case. [Journal Article]
    BMC Neurol 2019; 19(1):303Rimmele F, Maschke H, … Jürgens TP
  • CONCLUSIONS: In this case report we introduce a patient who clinically shows an NCS. Various diseases may be responsible for NCS, including malignancies or even central neurological disorders such as multiple sclerosis. A lacunar thalamic ischemia as a cause of NCS is very rare and to our knowledge described in the literature only in the contex of a COS in three cases. We wish to remind the reader, through this case, of the purely descriptive and syndromal character of the NCS and the importance for detecting underlying diseases. Furthermore we give a brief overview of the NCS and causative disorders.
  • Thalamic Abscess in a Newly Diagnosed Diabetic Patient. [Case Reports]
    Case Rep Infect Dis 2019; 2019:2719505Swanson KA, Citronberg RJ
  • Brain abscesses are commonly located in the cerebral cortex and cerebellum; however, solitary thalamic lesions are rare. Recent cases report dental pathology as a common source, potentially compounded by immunocompromise. Here, we report a newly diagnosed diabetic male with poor dentition presenting with evidence of meningitis wherein thalamic abscess was discovered.
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