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A Case of Hyponatremia Associated with Paroxetine: A case report

Sohn MK, Hwang SL, Song HT, Lim JH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):43-46.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.43
Paroxetine is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) widely used for depression in brain damaged patients as it is known for its few affects on cognition or psychomotor function. Major...
Effect of Botulinum Toxin A on Trismus after Pons Infarction: A case report

Oh SJ, Im S, Oh J, Hong SH, Park GY

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):39-42.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.39
We report a 77-year-old woman with bilateral pons infarction who presented with severe trismus, which was responsive to botulinum toxin-A injection. She was unable to open her mouth and showed...
Effects of the Balance Control Training in Chronic Hemiplegic Stroke Patients

Byun SD, Cho DH, Choi WD, Hong YH, Lee ZI, Lee YS

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):32-38.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.32
OBJECTIVE: To investigate the training effects on balance and gait ability using balance control trainer combined with partial weight-bearing system in chronic hemiplegic stroke patients. METHOD: A prospective crossover clinical trial...
Motor Evoked Potentials and Somatosensory Evoked Potentials of Upper and Lower Extremities for Prediction of Functional Recovery in Stroke

Kim SW, Kim SB, Lee SY, Koh SE, Lee JM, Lee JY

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):24-31.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.24
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the relationship between motor evoked potentials (MEPs) or somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEPs) and the recovery of function in acute or subacute...
Generalization of Treatment Effect on Motor Learning after Stroke

Shin MJ, Shin YI

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):19-23.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.19
Approximately two thirds of stroke survivors have residual neurological deficits that persistently impair function. Hence, alternative strategies are needed to reduce the long-term disability and functional impairment from severe weakness...
Age Factor in Rehabilitation Outcome

Lee SJ

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):12-18.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.12
In stroke rehabilitation, risk factors, clinical course, and outcome of functional recovery can be different among age groups. In animal model of stroke, aged animals are more severely impaired behaviorally,...
Role of Intensity and Repetition in Rehabilitation Therapy

Lee J, Kim BR

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):6-11.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.6
To apply rehabilitation program for stroke patients' functional improvement, various factors such as timing for initiation of rehabilitation, intensity of therapy, and individual compliances should be considered. Both animal and...
Optimal Timing of Rehabilitation: Overview of the Evidence in the Literature

Kim WJ, Paik NJ

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2012 Mar;5(1):1-5.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2012.5.1.1
Stroke results in chronic disability which is a major burden in various ways and thus regaining functional independence is an important goal for the stroke patients and caregivers. Early rehabilitative...

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