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Cerebrovasc Dis (2018) 46 (3-4): 176–183.
Published Online: 19 October 2018
... for articles that used repetitive TMS protocols to rehabilitate post-stroke deficits. We analysed qualitatively 38 articles that met the eligibility criteria; of these, 21 dealt with aphasia, 8 with dysphagia, 8 with neglect and 1 with visual extinction. The efficacy of TMS as an intervention for post-stroke...
Subject Area:Topic Article Package: IALP , Topic Article Package: Stroke , Cardiovascular System , Neurology and Neuroscience
C. Denier, O. Chassin, C. Vandendries, L. Bayon de la Tour, C. Cauquil, M. Sarov, D. Adams, C. Flamand-Roze
Cerebrovasc Dis (2016) 41 (3-4): 163–169.
Published Online: 12 January 2016
...C. Denier; O. Chassin; C. Vandendries; L. Bayon de la Tour; C. Cauquil; M. Sarov; D. Adams; C. Flamand-Roze Background: Data about evolution of aphasia following stroke are rare and controversial especially following fibrinolysis. The aim of this study was to describe the early clinical patterns...
Sriramya Somasundaram, Christian Henke, Tobias Neumann-Haefelin, Stefan Isenmann, Elke Hattingen, Matthias W. Lorenz, Oliver C. Singer
Cerebrovasc Dis (2014) 37 (3): 217–222.
Published Online: 05 March 2014
...Sriramya Somasundaram; Christian Henke; Tobias Neumann-Haefelin; Stefan Isenmann; Elke Hattingen; Matthias W. Lorenz; Oliver C. Singer Background and Purpose: Bedside evaluation of dysphagia may be challenging in left middle cerebral artery (MCA) stroke due to frequently existing aphasia. Here we...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2011) 31 (4): 392–399.
Published Online: 22 February 2011
...Alexandre Croquelois; Julien Bogousslavsky Background: To study the characteristics of vascular aphasia in a cohort of patients with a first-ever stroke. Methods: All patients admitted to the Lausanne neurology department for a first-ever stroke between 1979 and 2004 were included. Neurological...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2010) 30 (5): 440–447.
Published Online: 19 August 2010
...Bernardo Gialanella; Cristina Ferlucci Background: The role of neuropsychological deficits in predicting functional outcome in patients with aphasia and neglect at the end of rehabilitation after stroke has been poorly investigated. This was the aim of this prospective study evaluated using...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2008) 25 (4): 316–323.
Published Online: 27 February 2008
...Y. Inatomi; T. Yonehara; S. Omiya; Y. Hashimoto; T. Hirano; M. Uchino Objectives: We investigated the incidence, clinical characteristics, outcome and factors associated with aphasia and early improvement in acute ischemic stroke. Methods: We consecutively studied 855 patients with acute ischemic...
Stefano Paolucci, Alessandro Matano, Maura Bragoni, Paola Coiro, Domenico De Angelis, Francesca Romana Fusco, Daniela Morelli, Luca Pratesi, Vincenzo Venturiero, Ivana Bureca
Cerebrovasc Dis (2005) 20 (5): 400–406.
Published Online: 01 November 2005
...Stefano Paolucci; Alessandro Matano; Maura Bragoni; Paola Coiro; Domenico De Angelis; Francesca Romana Fusco; Daniela Morelli; Luca Pratesi; Vincenzo Venturiero; Ivana Bureca Background: Aphasia is considered a risk factor for disability after stroke. The aim of this study was to assess...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2005) 19 (4): 220–224.
Published Online: 04 April 2005
...Moon-Ku Han; Dong-Wha Kang; Sang-Wuk Jeong; Jae-Kyu Roh Background: The underlying mechanism of aphasia following striatocapsular infarction (SCI) remains controversial. We hypothesized that aphasia resulting from SCI might be associated with concomitant cortical lesions, which can be demonstrated...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2005) 19 (2): 125–132.
Published Online: 03 February 2005
... drugs could be beneficial also for functional improvement. This prompted us to investigate whether regression from aphasia after acute stroke could be enhanced by antidepressive drug therapy. Methods: We randomised 90 acute stroke patients with aphasia to either 600 mg moclobemide or placebo daily for 6...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2003) 17 (1): 35–43.
Published Online: 22 December 2003
...Palle Møller Pedersen; Kirsten Vinter; Tom Skyhøj Olsen Aim: To determine the types, severity and evolution of aphasia in unselected, acute stroke patients and evaluate potential predictors for language outcome 1 year after stroke. Methods: 270 acute stroke patients with aphasia (203 with first...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2003) 16 (3): 236–246.
Published Online: 18 July 2003
... as follows: (1) up to 7 days from the onset of stroke symptoms, (2) >20% diffusion-perfusion mismatch (volume of perfusion abnormality – volume of diffusion abnormality/volume of perfusion abnormality × 100), and (3) quantifiable, stable or worsening aphasia, hemispatial neglect, and/or hemiparesis...
Cerebrovasc Dis (2002) 13 (3): 184–186.
Published Online: 22 March 2002
...Bente Thommessen; Gerd Eva Thoresen; Erik Bautz-Holter; Knut Laake We studied the validity of the aphasia item of a widely used stroke scale – the Scandinavian Stroke Scale (SSS) – in discriminating between aphasia and normal language function in 33 stroke patients of an acute stroke unit...
Bradford Burke Worrall, Elana Farace, Argye E. Hillis, R. Kent Hutson, Robert Wityk, Jeffrey L. Saver, Karen C. Johnston, E. Clarke Haley
Cerebrovasc Dis (2001) 11 (3): 257–264.
Published Online: 06 April 2001
...Bradford Burke Worrall; Elana Farace; Argye E. Hillis; R. Kent Hutson; Robert Wityk; Jeffrey L. Saver; Karen C. Johnston; E. Clarke Haley Classically in neurology, aphasia and neglect were accepted as reliable markers of cortical lesions. The actual prognostic values of aphasia and neglect have yet...
M.-L. Kauhanen, J.T. Korpelainen, P. Hiltunen, R. Määttä, H. Mononen, E. Brusin, K.A. Sotaniemi, V.V. Myllylä
Cerebrovasc Dis (2000) 10 (6): 455–461.
Published Online: 27 October 2000
...M.-L. Kauhanen; J.T. Korpelainen; P. Hiltunen; R. Määttä; H. Mononen; E. Brusin; K.A. Sotaniemi; V.V. Myllylä Aphasia, depression, and cognitive dysfunction are common consequences of stroke, but knowledge of their interrelationship is limited. This 1-year prospective study was designed to evaluate...