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Hypoglycemic Encephalopathy in an Alcoholic: A case report

Sohn MK, Choi PS, Kim SK, Jee SJ, Lee TS

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):197-200.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.197
Severe hypoglycemia leading to permanent brain damage is rare in non-diabetic population. We present one case where chronic alcoholism combined with prolonged fasting lead to such a state. A 51-year-old...
Influence of Associated Medical Diseases and Complications on Functional Improvement after Rehabilitation in Patients with Stroke

Park HK, Kang YJ, Kim HJ, Lee KS, Park KT

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):190-196.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.190
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the influence of associated medical diseases and complications on functional improvement after in-patient through stroke rehabilitation. METHOD: We performed a retrospective analysis on medical records of 183 stroke...
The Effects of a Computer-assisted Cognition Training Program (RehaCom®) in Stroke Patients

Shin SH, Kim JS, Kim YK

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):181-189.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.181
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the effect of computer-assisted cognitive training program (RehaCom®) on cognitive function of the patients with stroke. METHOD: Fifty seven subjects with stroke (34 males, 23 females) were enrolled...
Pharmacological Treatment of Neurobehavioral Problems in Traumatic Brain Injury

Kim HJ

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):172-180.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.172
Neurobehavioral problems, such as cognitive deficits, agitation, depression, mania, anxiety, apathy, sleep disturbance, and fatigue are common after traumatic brain injury (TBI). There are increasing evidences that typical profile of...
Cognitive Rehabilitation in Traumatic Brain Injury

Pyun SB, Roh KB

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):164-171.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.164
Cognitive rehabilitation is integral part of the neurorehabilitation of traumatic brain injury (TBI). Key features after TBI are cognitive (impaired attention and memory, slowed processing speed, deficit in working memory...
Clinical Diagnostic Criteria of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury

Koh SE

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):155-163.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.155
Traumatic brain injury is caused by an impact on the head and results in cognitive, physical, neurobehavioral or emotional impairments. The severity of traumatic brain lesion depends on the direction,...
Cognitive Assessment in Traumatic Brain Injury

Choi SH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):148-154.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.148
Neurobehavioral deficits, especially in cognition, are often the cause of significant disability after traumatic brain injury (TBI). A thorough evaluation of cognitive function is needed before an effective cognitive rehabilitation....
Emerging Therapies in Vegetative and Minimally Conscious State after Brain Injury

Shin YI, Cho JH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):143-147.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.143
The practice of coma arousal and brain stimulation in vegetative state or minimally conscious state is becoming the focus of heated debate. There is no definite theory on which patients...
Controversies in Acute Care of Patients with Severe Traumatic Brain Injury

Kim JE, Park JC, Kang HS, Oh CW

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):136-142.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.136
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) can be pathophysiologically classified into either primary or secondary injury. It is an important resuscitation to prevent the secondary injury which includes hypoxia, hypotension, cerebral ischemia,...
Assessment of Patients with Minimally Conscious State: Recent Advances

Jung HY

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2008 Sep;1(2):129-135.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2008.1.2.129
Sometimes we heard that a person with persistent vegetative state could not change or suddenly recovered in terms of an emergence of purposeful movement or any form of communication. The...

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