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Epilepsy carries a risk of premature mortality, but little is known about life expectancy in people with the condition. The UK National General Practice Study of Epilepsy is a prospective, population-based study of people with newly diagnosed epilepsy. A cohort of 564 patients with definite...
The excitability of the cerebral cortex in the interictal state of migraine appears to be fundamental in the brain's susceptibility to migraine attacks. Subpopulations of cortical neurons are reported to have different physiological response properties to different interstimulus intervals (ISIs)...
The frontotemporal lobar degenerations (FTLDs) are a group of disorders in which the clinical picture is not necessarily predictive of the underlying neuropathology. The FTLD with ubiquitin-only-immunoreactive neuronal changes (FTLD-U) subtype is pathologically characterized by...
Cerebral autosomal dominant arteriopathy with subcortical infarcts and leukoencephalopathy (CADASIL) is a hereditary angiopathy caused by mutations in the NOTCH3 gene. The clinical course is highly variable. Little is known about the long-term prognosis and the causes of death in CADASIL...
Functional MRI (fMRI) of cognitive tasks depends on technology widely available in the clinical sphere, but has yet to show a role in the investigation of patients. We report here the first demonstration of a clinically valuable role for cognitive fMRI. Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) is commonly...
Multiple sclerosis has been hypothesized to be the result from an aberrant immune response possibly triggered by delayed exposure to a common childhood infection. Because the vast majority of previous studies testing this hypothesis have been based on a history of childhood infections recalled...
Bipolar disorder (BP) traditionally has been considered as a recurrent illness with full recovery between episodes, and the absence of neuropathological abnormalities has usually been taken for granted. In recent times, the realization that, for many BP carries a poor prognosis, that cognitive...
We report upon a Dutch autosomal dominant cerebellar ataxia (ADCA) family, clinically characterized by a late-onset (>40 years), slowly progressive, isolated spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA). Neuropathological examination in one affected subject showed neuronal loss in the Purkinje cell layer,...
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