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Global Aphasia without Hemiparesis: A case report

Jeong HW, Yang HS, Yang HE, Shim HA, Kang HK

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):155-158.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.155
Aphasia, result from damage of language-dominant area of the brain, usually accompanied hemiparesis due to proximity of language centers and motor control areas. So, global aphasia without hemiparesis is a...
Comparison between Gugging Swallowing Screen and Other Dysphagia Screening Tests

Shin JC, Kim DY, Heo JH, Song W, Yi SH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):146-154.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.146
OBJECTIVE: Screening tests for dysphagia have been introduced to prevent complications arising from dysphagia in stroke patients. Among them, Gugging swallowing screen (GUSS) was proven as an effective screening tests...
Ultrasonographic and Physical Examination to Investigate the Cause of Painful Hemiplegic Shoulder

Baek SR, Jung SH, Oh BM, Chung SG, Sim YJ, Han TR

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):140-145.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.140
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the musculoskeletal cause of hemiplegic shoulder pain using ultrasonographic evaluation of hemiplegic shoulder. METHOD: Thirty-six hemiplegic patients admitted to rehabilitation department were enrolled. Ultrasonographic investigation of shoulder and...
Influence of Daily Rehabilitation Training Time on Functional Outcome in Stroke Subjects

Yeo SW, Lee HJ, Han EY, Jung HY

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):134-139.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.134
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the varying effects of rehabilitation intensity classified by the number of treatment sessions on recovery of activity and function in stroke subjects. METHOD: Eighty nine subjects with stroke...
Development of Algorithm for Patient Specific Rehabilitation of Acute Stroke Patient

Kim MS, Ohn SH, Chang HJ, Ha HG, Lee PK, Kim YH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):118-133.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.118
OBJECTIVE: Team approach for patient-specific rehabilitation for acute stroke patient is important to minimize loss of function and facilitate recovery as well as cost effectiveness. We tried to establish acute...
Challenging Technique of Dysphagia

Choi KH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):113-117.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.113
Dysphagia is very prevalent conditions seen today by physiatrist. Central to the management of this pervasive medical condition are the issues of accurate diagnosis and maintaining control through appropriate treatment....
Conservative Treatment of Dysphagia

Lim JH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):108-112.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.108
Dysphagia can be caused by an anatomic abnormality or neurological dysfunction in either one or combination of all of these factors. Especially, dysphagia is one of common complications of stroke...
Evaluation of Dysphagia

Park JW

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):103-107.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.103
Dysphagia is common, especially in the elderly, and may cause dehydration, weight loss, aspiration pneumonia and airway obstruction. It may occur because of a wide variety of structural or functional...
Normal Swallowing Mechanism on Neurophysiogical Basis

Lee JK

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):98-102.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.98
Swallowing, known scientifically as deglutition, is the process in the human or animal body that makes something pass from the mouth, to the pharynx, into the esophagus, with the shutting...
Post-Stroke Dysphagia: Incidence, Complications and Pattern Relates to Brain Lesion

Kim DK

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2009 Sep;2(2):91-97.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2009.2.2.91
Dysphagia is commonly observed in stroke patients. The precise locations of lesion and its effect that produce swallowing disorder remain to be determined. Unilateral hemispheric lesion as well as bilateral...

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