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Naoaki Tanaka, Steven M Stufflebeam
Resting-state functional magnetic resonance imaging (resting-state fMRI) is a tool for investigating the functional networks that arise during the resting state of the brain. Recent advances of the resting-state fMRI analysis suggest its feasibility for evaluating language function. The most common clinical application is for presurgical mapping of cortex for a brain tumor or for resective epilespy surgery. In this article, we review the techniques and presurgical applications of resting-state fMRI analysis for language evaluation, and discuss the use in the clinical setting, focusing on planning for neurosurgery...
February 2016: Topics in Magnetic Resonance Imaging: TMRI
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August 1962: Resenha Clínico-científica
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March 1960: Bulletin des Sociétés D'ophtalmologie de France
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September 1957: Scottish Medical Journal
S S Mnukhin, Iu G Dem'ianov
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1966: Zhurnal Nevropatologii i Psikhiatrii Imeni S.S. Korsakova
J Andrew, N Rudolf, M Rudolf
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December 1974: Proceedings of the Royal Society of Medicine
J K Austin
One approach to better understanding compliance behavior is the use of the theory of reasoned action. In this article, the theory of reasoned action is used to predict the compliance behavior of 29 parents of children with epilespy. In support of the theory, behavioral intention was found to significantly predict (p less than 0.01) parental medicine-giving behavior. Contrary to the results predicted by the theory, parents' attitudes toward giving the medication correlated with a significant amount of variance in medicine-giving behavior beyond that accounted for by behavioral intention...
April 1989: Journal of Pediatric Nursing
J M Silver, C Shin, J O McNamara
We sought to determine whether the clinically effective anticonvulsant drug valproate exhibited antiepileptogenic properties in the kindling model (we use the term anticonvulsant to mean suppression of seizure, and antiepileptogenic to mean suppression of development of epilepsy). We compared and contrasted valproate with two other anticonvulsant drugs, phenobarbital and carbamazepine. We investigated the effects of these drugs on the development of kindling, that is, the number of stimulation-induced afterdischarges required to induce enhanced seizure susceptibility in rats...
April 1991: Annals of Neurology
A H Sutor, C Jesdinsky-Buscher
The influence of Dipropyl-Acetate (DPA, Ergenyl) on hemostasis parameters was examined in 12 patients. In 8 cases there was a prolongation of bleeding time, in 2 cases thrombocytopenia, in 6 out of 10 cases the platelet adhesiveness was pathologically reduced. We therefore recommend hemostasis-examinations--with emphasis on the thrombocytic system--in patients taking DPA.
March 11, 1976: Fortschritte der Medizin
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