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Czech and Slovak Neurology and Neurosurgery

Impact factor of the journal Czech and slovak neurology and neurosurgery for 2016 is 0,368.

Chronic inflam­matory demyelinat­­ing polyradiculoneuropathy

Chronic inflam­matory demyelinat­­ing polyradiculoneuropathy

Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) is a chronic demyelinating polyneuropathy with a relapsing or progressive course. This is a dysimmune...

Issue: 3/2018

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Computer-based cognitive rehabilitation for cognitive functions after stroke

Computer-based cognitive rehabilitation for cognitive functions after stroke

Aim: According to literature sources, cognitive dysfunction is one of the most common stroke-induced disorders. Despite the high number of cases of cognitive disorders after...

Authors: D. Baltaduonienė, R. Kubilius, S. Mingaila
Issue: 3/2018

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The twilight of cryptogenic ischaemic stroke – cardio-embolism is the most frequent cause

The twilight of cryptogenic ischaemic stroke – cardio-embolism is the most frequent cause

Early and accurate identification of the cause of ischaemic stroke (IS) is essential for an effective and safe secondary prevention. Etiological classification systems are used...

Authors: D. Šaňák, M. Hutyra, M. Král, M. Špaček, A. Bártková
Issue: 3/2018

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Hypothalamic inflam­mation and somatic dis­eases

Hypothalamic inflam­mation and somatic dis­eases

The hypothalamus represents a key structure involved in maintenance of homeostasis. Several factors, such as long-term increases in plasma levels of saturated fatty acids or pro...

Authors: B. Mravec, A. S. Černáčková
Issue: 3/2018

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Results of surgical treatment of unruptured brain arteriovenous malformations –  monocentric retrospective study

Results of surgical treatment of unruptured brain arteriovenous malformations –  monocentric retrospective study

The authors present a monocentric retrospective study of a group of 27 patients operated for non-ruptured brain arteriovenous malformation (AVM) during years 1999–2017. The...

Authors: M. Bolcha, M. Sameš
Issue: 3/2018

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Congruence in evaluat­­ing early ischemic changes us­­ing the ASPECT score between the neurologist and the interventional neuroradiologist in patients with acute cerebral ischemia

Congruence in evaluat­­ing early ischemic changes us­­ing the ASPECT score between the neurologist and the interventional neuroradiologist in patients with acute cerebral ischemia

Introduction: Mechanical thrombectomy is an effective method in the treatment of acute ischemic stroke with evidence of the occlusion of the large intracranial artery. The main...

Authors: J. Král, T. Jonszta, V. Marcián, H. Tomášková, M. Bar
Issue: 3/2018

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Lipoprotein-as­sociated phospholipase A2 and the risk of ischemic stroke

Lipoprotein-as­sociated phospholipase A<sub>2</sub> and the risk of ischemic stroke

Aim: Lipoprotein-associated phospholipase A2 (Lp-PLA2) is an enzyme accumulated in atherosclerotic plaques and causes plaques inflammation that can induce plaque rupture. The...

Authors: Ľ. Danihel, Š. Madarász, P. Blažíček, A. Lacko, J. Luha, V. Lehotská
Issue: 3/2018

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Ef­fect of a combined approach to cognitive rehabilitation in post-stroke patients

Ef­fect of a combined approach to cognitive rehabilitation in post-stroke patients

Aim: This study aims to investigate the effects of a combined therapy comprising a combination of computer-based cognitive rehabilitation with traditional rehabilitation...

Authors: P. Ressner, P. Krulová, D. Beránková, P. Nilius, P. Bártová, J. Zapletalová, H. Srovnalová Zakopčanová, R. Novobilský, J. Martinková, D. Školoudík, M. Bar
Issue: 3/2018

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Cognitive performance in patients with acute phase of bipolar disorder

Cognitive performance in patients with acute phase of bipolar disorder

Aim: The aim of this study was to evaluate the cognitive performance of bipolar disorder patients in the acute phase of the illness. The interest was in determining if the...

Authors: M. Sisrová, L. Ustohal, I. Zikmundová
Issue: 3/2018

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Morphometry of the posterior clinoid process and dorsum sel­lae

Morphometry of the posterior clinoid process and dorsum sel­lae

Aims: The posterior clinoid process (PCP) is a paired anatomic structure located in the middle cranial fossa on the superior surface of the sphenoid bone where it forms a bony...

Authors: W. Ilków, M. Waligóra, M. Kunc, M. Kucharzewski
Issue: 3/2018

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