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Percutaneous Endoscopic Gastrostomy Versus Percutaneous Radiologic Gastrostomy: A Comparison of Complications in Brain Injured Patients

Cho YJ, Do HK, Lee DS, Eom MJ, Han NM, Kim HD

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2010 Mar;3(1):50-55.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2010.3.1.50
OBJECTIVE: To compare complications of percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) and percutaneous radiologic gastrostomy (PRG) in brain injured patients. METHOD: The records of brain injured patients who received either PEG or PRG...
The Relationship between Hand Function and Brain Lesion at Acute Stroke Patients: A Pilot Study

Jeong JY, Kim JM, Kim MW

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2010 Mar;3(1):42-49.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2010.3.1.42
OBJECTIVE: To determine the relationship of hand motor function recovery and Tatu's vascular territory classification of brain lesion in acute stroke. METHOD: Thirty one patients with acute cerebral infarct were included....
Stroke Rehabilitation Report using the Brain Rehabilitation Registration Online Database System in the Years 2006 to 2008

Jung HY, Kim IS, Rah UW, Kim YH, Paik NJ, Chun MH, Pyun SB, Park BK, Yoo SD, Park SW, Lee SG, Park JH, Yoon TS, Yi TI, Yoo WK, Han TR

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2010 Mar;3(1):34-41.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2010.3.1.34
OBJECTIVE: We report here on analyzing 3,128 subjects with stroke and who were discharged from the Departments of Rehabilitation Medicine of secondary or tertiary hospitals, and all the hospitals subscribed...
Evidence Based Therapies for Aphasia following Stroke

Yoo SD

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2010 Mar;3(1):27-33.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2010.3.1.27
Aphasia is defined as "the loss of ability to communicate orally, through signs, or in writing, or the inability to understand such communications; the loss of language usage ability." Aphasia...
Brain Plasticity in Aphasia

Kim YW

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2010 Mar;3(1):20-26.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2010.3.1.20
Dominant hemisphere for language function is the left hemisphere, however patients experiencing aphasia followed by damage to language areas often shows good recovery in the days to weeks to even...
Evaluation of Aphasia

Kwon M

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2010 Mar;3(1):12-19.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2010.3.1.12
Aphasia is an acquired language disorder caused by focal brain damage, which affect all modalities of language. Therefore, segregation of aphasia from speech disorders or modality specific problems such as...
Current Concept of Aphasia

Nam K, Hwang YM, Yi HY, Pyun SB

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2010 Mar;3(1):1-11.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2010.3.1.1
This article summarizes the era from when Paul Broca had first introduced his aphasia case study and theory in 1861 to clinical-neuroanatomical approach which was widely known until early twentieth...

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