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BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: EPM1, caused by mutations in the CSTB gene, is the most common form of PME. The most incapacitating symptom of EPM1 is action-activated and stimulus-sensitive myoclonus. The clinical severity of the disease varies considerably among patients, but so far, no correlations...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Although the natural course of UIAs remains unclear, the risk of aneurysmal SAH due to small (<10 mm) asymptomatic UIAs is low. Endovascular therapy for UIAs has increased because of device development and the need for less invasive treatment. We report the results,...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: A stable stroke experimental model is highly desirable for performing longitudinal studies using MR imaging. The purpose of this study is to establish a stable focal cerebral ischemia model with a high survival rate in adult mice. MATERIALS AND METHODS: One hundred twenty...
SUMMARY: A ruptured dermoid cyst is rare and can present with various symptoms. We report imaging findings of an intracranial dermoid cyst that ruptured into the endolymphatic sac, causing sudden sensorineural hearing loss. ABBREVIATIONS: S sigmoid sinus
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: DTI can provide information about brain ultrastructure by quantifying water diffusion. Our objective was to assess the value of DTI in detecting the acute effects of alcohol on healthy human brains. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Sixteen healthy volunteers were studied with...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: The factors that led us to do the research for this paper was a desire to see if elderly patients did as well as non-elderly patients during endovascular intracranial aneurysm treatment. By doing this research, we could better stratify the most appropriate treatment for...
BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE: Detection of underlying tumor in patients with unknown-origin acute ICH may be difficult because acute hematoma may mask enhancement of tumor on postcontrast CT. We intended to investigate the clinical utility of DECT in differentiating tumor bleeding from pure ICH....
SUMMARY: Increasing evidence suggests that patients with L2-HGA have a predisposition to cerebral neoplasms. This may be related to the pathologic accumulation of L2-HG because high amounts of 2-HG have been found in brain neoplasms that have IDH1 mutations. Our experience, on the basis of 11...
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