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Association between Leukoaraiosis Severity and Functional Outcomes in Patients with Subcortical Infarct

Kim GE, Chun MH, Jang MC, Do KH, Choi SJ

To investigate the influence of leukoaraiosis (LA) on the functional outcomes of subcortical stroke in the subacute phase after onset. We retrospectively analyzed 41 patients with subacute subcortical infarct at...
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Relationship Between Deep Vein Thrombosis and Lower Limb Swelling in Patients with Brain Lesions

Kim JY, Im S, Choi YM, Jang YJ, Chae CS, Park GY

The objective was to identify the correlation between the sign of lower limb swelling and unilateral deep vein thrombosis (DVT) in patients with brain lesions. A total of 194 patients,...
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Three Cases of Gait Improvement after Rehabilitation Management in Corticobasal Syndrome

Bang MH, Kwon J, Kim HS

Corticobasal syndrome (CBS) is characterized by asymmetric dystonia, and myoclonus accompanied by higher cortical features including apraxia, alien limb phenomena, cortical sensory loss. Here, we report treatment course of 3...
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Current Evidence for Post Stroke Aphasia Treatment

Yang SN

Aphasia is a major devastating symptom in stroke survivors that deteriorates patient quality of life. Various treatment methods are applied for aphasia patients after stroke. Evidence is required to assess...
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An Analysis between Pre- and Post-exercise of the Respiratory and Metabolic State for the Acute and Subacute Stroke Patients

Kim H, Cheon JH, Lim NN, Cho YK, Lee SH, Lee HK, Lee DY

To evaluate oxygenation and metabolic state of the non-brainstem stroke patients after the moderate intensity exercise using arterial blood gas analysis (ABGA). Fifty-two stroke patients were recruited. All the subjects...
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Cranial Polyneuropathy in Ramsay Hunt Syndrome Manifesting Severe Pharyngeal Dysphagia: a Case Report and Literature Review

Lee KM, Jeong HM, Lee HS, Kim MS

Ramsay Hunt syndrome (RHS) is characterized by herpes zoster oticus, facial nerve palsy, and vestibulocochlear symptoms. Dysphagia caused by the involvement of multiple cranial nerves (CNs) in RHS is very...
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Nutritional Assessment in Vegetative and Minimally Conscious Patients

Park G, Lee JE, Han SJ

The aim of this study is to investigate the nutritional status in vegetative state (VS) and minimally conscious state (MCS) patients, and to identify correlation between the duration from onset...
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Reliability and Validity of the Korean Kessler Foundation Neglect Assessment Process

Kim BR, Jeong EH, Oh-Park M, Lee K, Kim H, Yoo SD, Yi T, Kim M, Lee J

OBJECTIVE: To develop the Korean version of the Kessler Foundation Neglect Assessment Process (KF-NAP), which enables a more functional assessment of unilateral spatial neglect, by first translating it into Korean...
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A Review of Robot-Assisted Gait Training in Stroke Patients

Kim HY, You JS

While a variety of robot-assisted gait training systems have been widely applied for locomotor rehabilitation in stroke patients, the best supporting evidence for robot-assisted gait training systems remains unknown. The...
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Therapeutic Potential of 3D Printing Pen in Stroke Rehabilitation: Case Reports

Rho H, Lee HS, Kim YH, Lee KH, Chang WH

Medical applications for 3-dimensional (3D) printing are rapidly expanding and are expected to revolutionize health care. Two patients with chronic stroke participated in a training program with the 3D printing...
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