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Czech and Slovak Neurology and Neurosurgery

Ataxia

Ataxia

“Ataxia” as a term is a homonym for an unusual course of a disease. As a symptom, ataxia means impaired, irregular movement. Ataxia is known as a group of hereditary...

Authors: J. Paulasová Schwabová, M. Danková
Issue: 4/2017

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Cognitive Functions in Low-grade Glioma Patients –  a Systematic Review

Cognitive Functions in Low-grade Glioma Patients –  a Systematic Review

This review summarises the topic of cognitive functions in patients with low-grade gliomas. Gliomas and their treatment have a negative effect on the cognitive functions of...

Authors: K. Schönová, S. Weissenberger, M. Preiss, P. Harsa
Issue: 4/2017

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Clinical Importance of Radiological Parameters in Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

Clinical Importance of Radiological Parameters in Lumbar Spinal Stenosis

The relationship between radiological findings (severity of radiological stenosis) and clinical manifestations in lumbar spinal stenosis (LSS) is unclear. The aim of the present...

Authors: E. Kalíková, B. Adamová, M. Keřkovský, J. Bednařík
Issue: 4/2017

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Neurosonological Markers Predict ing Cognitive Deterioration

Neurosonological Markers Predict ing Cognitive Deterioration

Introduction: Vascular brain changes and risk factors play a role in development and progres­sion of Alzheimer‘s disease (AD). The primary aim of our study was to determine...

Authors: A. Tomek, B. Urbanová, H. Magerová, H. Marková, J. Paulasová Schwabová, P. Janský, T. Ružičková, I. Mokrišová, J. Laczó, M. Vyhnálek, J. Hort
Issue: 4/2017

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Czech National Guillain-Barré Syndrome Registry

Czech National Guillain-Barré Syndrome Registry

Introduction: The Guillain-Barré syndrome is an acute inflammatory autoimmune polyradiculo-neuropathy and belongs among rare neurologic diseases. Since poliomyelitis has been...

Authors: M. Škorňa, J. Bednařík, J. Junkerová, J. Staněk, E. Ehler, R. Mazanec, J. Haberlová, P. Ridzoň, P. Otruba, J. Kuchyňka, L. Strmisková, T. Božovský, M. Forgáč, P. Vaško, E. Minks, D. Kvasničková, M. Pátá, M. Suchý
Issue: 4/2017

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The Role of Drug-induced Sleep Endoscopy in Treatment (Surgical and Non-surgical) in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea

The Role of Drug-induced Sleep Endoscopy in Treatment (Surgical and Non-surgical) in Patients with Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Aim: Identifying the site of obstruction and the pattern of airway changes during sleep is essential to guide the treatment for obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) in adults. The aim...

Authors: J. Hybášková, O. Jor, V. Novák, P. Matoušek, P. Komínek
Issue: 4/2017

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Prevalence of Martin-Gruber Anastomosis – an Electrophysiological Study

Prevalence of Martin-Gruber Anastomosis – an Electrophysiological Study

Objective: Martin-Gruber anastomosis (MGA) is a median-to-ulnar nerve communication in the forearm; three types of MGA occur. Typically, motor fibres course through the median...

Authors: E. Ehler, P. Ridzoň, P. Urban, R. Mazanec, H. Matulová, P. Otruba, P. Mandysová, M. Nakládalová
Issue: 4/2017

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A Comprehensive Nationwide Evaluation of Stroke Centres in the Czech Republic Performing Mechanical Thrombectomy in Acute Stroke in 2016

A Comprehensive Nationwide Evaluation of Stroke Centres in the Czech Republic Performing Mechanical Thrombectomy in Acute Stroke in 2016

Introduction: Mechanical thrombectomy (MT) has been established as a standard of care in acute ischaemic stroke. We systematically evaluated all stroke centres conducting MT in...

Authors: O. Volný, M. Bar, A. Krajina, P. Cimflová, L. Kašičková, R. Herzig, D. Šaňák, O. Škoda, A. Tomek, D. Školoudík, D. Václavík, J. Neumann, M. Köcher, M. Roček, R. Pádr, F. Cihlář, R. Mikulík
Issue: 4/2017

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Mortality Prediction in a Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit

Mortality Prediction in a Neurosurgical Intensive Care Unit

Aim: The ability to estimate factors influencing intensive care outcome, especially mortality, is highly important to patient care worldwide. Several clinical variables have...

Authors: P. Akavipat, J. Thinkhamrop, B. Thinkhamrop, W. Sriraj
Issue: 4/2017

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Clinical View of the Otorhinolaryngologist and Radiologist on the Classification of Fractures of the Temporal Bone

Clinical View of the Otorhinolaryngologist and Radiologist on the Classification of Fractures of the Temporal Bone

Introduction: Temporal bone fractures are traditionally classified as transverse, longitudinal or mixed (according to the direction of fracture). However, this classification...

Authors: J. Šatanková, J. Dědková, V. Chrobok
Issue: 4/2017

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