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Obturator Nerve Block Using Ultrasound-guided Intraneural Alcohol Injection in Patient with Hip Adductor Spasticity

Byun SD, Park DH, Choi WD, Hong YH, Lee ZI, Kim CH

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effects of obturator nerve blocks with ultrasound guided intraneural alcohol injection. METHOD: Nine quadriplegic patients suffering hip adductor spasticity were included in this study. The obturator nerve...
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Efficacy and Safety of Solifenacin Succinate for Urinary Difficulty in Brain Lesion: Multicenter Prospective Study

Bok SK, Lim JH, Cho KH, Choi ES, Kim SS, Lee YJ, Park NK

OBJECTIVE: We studied the efficacy and safety of solifenacin for urinary difficulty in brain lesion from multicenter prospective study. METHOD: Eighty patients with brain lesion who visited from 5 multicenter department...
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Survey on Clinical Application of 'Neurodevelopmental Treatment'

Kim M, Ryu JS, Kim MO, Yun DH, Koh SE, Park GY, Pyun SB, Kim EJ, Jung HY

OBJECTIVE: To investigate the recognition about clinical application of "neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT)". METHOD: We surveyed on the recognition for Bobath and NDT concepts and its training programs provided by Korean Academy...
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Complications of Traumatic Brain Injury: Post-traumatic Headache and Epilepsy

Chang JH

Posttraumatic headache (PTH) is one of several complications of traumatic brain injury (TBI). PTH usually resolving within the first 3 months, although a minority develop chronic headaches. PTH remains among...
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Autonomic Dysfunction after Traumatic Brain Injury

Bok SK

Patients following traumatic brain injury (TBI) sometimes display paroxysmal autonomic and muscle overactivity, which is suspicious to self-limiting or permanent disability. There are still no standard definition and diagnostic tools...
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Endocrinologic Complications after Traumatic Brain Injury

Beom J, Oh BM

The endocrinologic complications such as adrenal insufficiency and hypopituitarism are common after traumatic brain injury (TBI) portending poor rehabilitation outcome. Anterior pituitary dysfunction presents as hypothyroidism, hypogonadism, growth hormone deficiency,...
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Movement Disorders after Traumatic Brain Injury

Kim YW, Kim JY, Koh DJ

Traumatic brain injury can cause movement disorders such as tremor, dystonia, myoclonus, parkinsonism and chorea. After the severe traumatic brain injury, movement disorders have been reported in 13 to 66%...
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