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Progress of Rehabilitation in Patients with Hypoglycemic Encephalopathy Accompanying Dysphagia and Voiding Difficulty: A Case Report

Jo H, Park HW, Baek S

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):113-116.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.113
Dysphagia and voiding difficulty after hypoglycemic encephalopathy (HE) are not well described in the literature. Additionally, the effect of rehabilitation on outcomes of HE has not been discussed enough. Here...
Toluene-induced Encephalopathy: A Case Report

Park DK, Hwang CH

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):109-112.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.109
Toluene is one of well-known neuro-toxicants. It can readily cross the blood-brain-barrier and mainly affect the central nervous system (CNS). An inhalation is the typical route of its human exposure...
Dose-dependent Changes in Gait Pattern after Intrathecal Baclofen Bolus Injection in Adult Ambulatory Cerebral Palsy: A Case Report

Shin YK, Kim AR, Chang JW, Chang WS, Lee DS, Cho SR

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):104-108.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.104
Intrathecal baclofen (ITB) therapy has been proven to reduce severe spasticity in cerebral palsy (CP). However, few results reported the objective gait pattern change after ITB bolus injection in adult...
Comparison of Functions, Activity of Daily Living, and Quality of Life according to Hand Dominance in Stroke

Park M, Kim EJ, Han J, Moon MH, Kim YH, Ko SH, Shin YI

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):96-103.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.96
OBJECTIVE: We investigated the differences of functions, activity of daily living (ADL), and quality of life (QoL) according to hand dominance in hemiplegic stroke patients. METHOD: The participants were diagnosed as...
Application of Non-invasive Brain Stimulation for Neurorehabilitation: Cerebellar Stimulation

Hahn SJ, Paik NJ

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):90-95.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.90
Cerebellum serves an important function in diverse domain of motor, cognition control. Cerebellar non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) can provide a better comprehension of cerebellar circuity connecting to primary motor cortex....
Modulating Neural Network through rTMS

Yoo WK

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):86-89.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.86
Repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) is a non-invasive method to produce potent changes in cortical excitability. Therefore, the application of rTMS was recently proposed to promote functional recovery in stroke...
Enhancing Motor Learning with Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation

Ko SH, Shin YI

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):81-85.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.81
Motor learning is a relatively permanent change of improving motor skills, resulting from repetitive training and an important process of motor recovery in neurorehabilitation. There are various methods of physical...
Sleep Disorders after Stroke

Kim DY

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):73-80.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.73
Sleep-disordered breathing (SDB) and sleep-wake disorders (SWD) are frequent after stroke. Not only brain damage per se but also the consequences of stroke (immobilization, pain, hypoxia, depression etc) affect sleep...
Poststroke Depression

Son MK

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):65-72.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.65
Poststroke depression (PSD) is a common sequelae of stroke, which has negative impact on the physical and cognitive function, dependency in activities of daily living, longer hospital stays, and rehabilitation...
Diagnosis and Treatment of Post-Stroke Delirium

Kim NY, Kim YW

  • Brain Neurorehabil.
  • 2015 Sep;8(2):59-64.
  • doi: 10.12786/bn.2015.8.2.59
Delirium is an acute disturbance of consciousness and cognition with fluctuating course over a short period of time. Recognition of delirium in post-stroke patients is important because of its association...

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