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Research Article   |   10.36959/817/524 Volume 2 Issue 1

Effects of Non-Focused ELF-EMF Treatment on EEG: Preliminary Study

Authors: Alessandro Greco, MD and Alberto Garoli, MD

Abstract: The central nervous system (CNS) is known to be sensitive to focused magnetic stimulation, which is now used routinely for the treatment of various disorders. Extremely Low Frequency Electro Magnetic Fields (ELF-EMF) have been used in various clinical settings and tests however, to date, little is known regarding their functional mechanisms in vivo and, in particular, as a total-body non-focused administration.


Research Article   |   10.36959/817/523 Volume 2 Issue 1

Transhemispheric Diaschisis after Unilateral Focal Cerebral Ischemia Reperfusion: A Longitudinal Voxel-Based Study by MRI

Authors: Saeid Taheri, PhD, Jin Yu, MD, Hong Zhu, MD, Honglian Shi, PhD and Mark S Kindy, PhD

Abstract: It is now little doubt that the insult of ischemia/reperfusion (I/R) impacts cerebral blood flow (CBF) not only within the lesion area but also in the area beyond the lesion territory. Focal I/R has been shown to impact the CBF dynamics even in the non-ischemic hemisphere. However, the quantitative transhemispheric CBF dynamics and its relationship to tissue microstructure changes following I/R has not been investigated.


Review Article   |   10.36959/817/522 Volume 2 Issue 1

Common Substrates of Medication-Resistant Temporal Lobe Epilepsy: Hippocampal Sclerosis, Focal Cortical Dysplasia, and Combined Pathologies

Authors: Brandon M Korman, Ph.D, Psy D

Abstract: Temporal lobe epilepsy (TLE) is an etiologically heterogeneous syndrome that constitutes the largest proportion of refractory partial epilepsies. The most common substrates of TLE include focal cortical dysplasia (FCD) in children and hippocampal sclerosis (HS) in adults, with significant overlap of lesion types across age groups.

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Review Article   |   10.36959/817/521 Volume 2 Issue 1

Neuroprotective and Anti-Inflammatory Properties from the Bioactive Constituents of Myracrodruon Urundeuva, a Brazilian Medicinal Species

Authors: Glauce Socorro de Barros Viana and Iana Bantim FelĂ­cio Calou

Abstract: Myracrodruon urundeuva Fr. All. (Anacardiaceae) is largely used, by the Northeast Brazil population, for its anti-inflammatory actions, already confirmed by experimental studies. In addition, this medicinal species presents neuroprotective properties, as demonstrated by in vitro and in vivo Parkinson's disease models. The trunk bark of M. urundeuva is a rich source of bioactive polyphenol compounds, as tannins and chalcones considered precursors of flavonoid biosynthesis.

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Review Article   |   10.36959/817/520 Volume 1 Issue 1

Age-Related Glucose Metabolism in FDG-PET Brain Studies

Authors: Fatemeh Seifar, Farid Hajibonabi, Neda Parnianfard, Mahnaz Ranjkesh, Ebrahim Valikhani and Mohammad Yazdchi

Abstract: In recent years, functional brain imaging modalities have been used as key tools for studying brain regional and global processes in healthy adults, as well as the pathophysiology and course of neurologic and psychiatric disorders. Positron emission tomography with Fluoro-deoxy glucose (FDG-PET) is widely used to measure regional cerebral glucose metabolic patterns.

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Review Article   |   10.36959/817/519 Volume 1 Issue 1

A 6-Month-Old Boy with Congenital Hydrocephalus and Syndactylia Deformity

Authors: Zhidai Liu, Xuan Zhai, Penghui Zhang, Ping Liang and Lin Zou

Abstract: One patient aged 6 months was observed and diagnosed at first, and then another 10 patients were included in this study. All of them suffered from congenital hydrocephalus with normal head circumference. Karyotype analysis, chromosome genome microarray analysis and whole exome sequencing were used.

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Journal Details
  1. Journal: Translational Neuroscience Research and Reviews
  2. ISO abbreviation: Transl Neurosci Res Rev
  3. Other Title: TNRR
  4. Pub Type: Open Access