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  • Rivera, Víctor M.; Hamuy, Fernando; Rivas, Verónica; Gracia, Fernando; Rojas, Juan Ignacio; Bernardi Bichuetti, Denis; Villa, Andrés; Daccach Marques, Vanessa; Soto, Arnoldo; Bertado, Brenda; Trevino Frenk, Irene; Galleguillos, Lorna; Quiñones, Jairo; Ramírez, Deyanira A.; Caparó-Zamalloa, César; Ciampi, Ethel; Lana Peixoto, Marco; Rodríguez, Emmanuel; Zarco, Luis; Correale, Jorge (Elsevier, 2021-06-14)
    Background Neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorders (NMOSD) is an increasing diagnostic and therapeutic challenge in Latin America (LATAM). Despite the heterogeneity of this population, ethnic and socioeconomic commonalities ...
  • Alonso de Leciñana, María; Mazya, Michael V.; Kostulas, Nikolaos; Del Brutto, Oscar H.; Abanto-Argomedo, Carlos; Massaro, Ayrton R.; de Bastos, Mario; Martins, Sheila C.; Ameriso, Sebastián Francisco; Gongora-Rivera, Fernando F.; Sacks, Claudio; Hoppe Wiegering, Arnold; Abad, Patricio; Meza Rojas, Gloria; Arauz-Gongora, Antonio; Wahlgren, Nils; Díez-Tejedor, Exuperio (AHA, 2019-08-06)
    Background and Purpose—Standardized registries may provide valuable data to further improve stroke care. Our aim was to obtain updated information about characteristics of stroke patients and management of stroke across ...
  • Ghoreishi, Abdoreza; Arsang-Jang, Shahram; Sabaa-Ayoun, Ziad; Yassi, Nawaf; Sylaja, P.N.; Akbari, Yama; Divani, Afshin A.; Biller, Jose; Phan, Thanh; Steinwender, Sandy; Silver, Brian; Zand, Ramin; Bin Basri, Hamidon; Iqbal, Omer M.; Ranta, Annemarei; Ruland, Sean; Macri, Elizabeth; Ma, Henry; Nguyen, Thanh N.; Abootalebi, Shahram; Gupta, Animesh; Alet, Matías Javier; Lattanzi, Simona; Desai, Masoom; Gagliardi, Rubens J.; Girotra, Tarun; Inoue, Manabu; Yoshimoto, Takeshi; Isaac, Cristian Flavo; Mayer, Stephan A.; Morovatdar, Negar; Nilanont, Yongchai; Nobleza, Christa O'Hana S.; Saber, Hamidreza; Kamenova, Saltanat; Kondybayeva, Aida; Krupinski, Jerzy; Siegler, James E.; Stranges, Saverio; Torbey, Michel T.; Yorio, Diana; Zurrú, María Cristina; Rubinos, Clio Aracelli; Bavarsad Shahripour, Reza; Borhani-Haghighi, Afshin; Di Napoli, Mario; Azarpazhooh, M Reza (Demos Publications, 2020-12)
    Background: The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly impacted global healthcare systems and this may affect stroke care and outcomes. This study examines the changes in stroke epidemiology and care during ...
  • Pujol Lereis, Virginia Andrea; Melcon, Mario O.; Hawkes, Maximiliano Alberto; Gómez Schneider, Maia Macarena; Dossi, Daiana Elizabeth; Alet, Matías Javier; Povedano, Guillermo Pablo; Gonzalez, Claudio D.; Ameriso, Sebastián Francisco (Elsevier, 2018-10-04)
    Background: Epidemiological data on stroke is scarce in Latin America. Estudio Epidemiológico Poblacional sobre Accidente Cerebrovascular (EstEPA) is a population-based program planned to assess prevalence, incidence, ...
  • Hawkes, Maximiliano Alberto; Gomez Schneider, Maia Macarena; Dossi, Daiana Elizabeth; Melcon, Mario O.; Ameriso, Sebastián Francisco (Saunders, 2021-02)
    Objectives: Stroke knowledge is poor in the general population worldwide. Yet, data from Spanish-Speaking populations, particularly in Latin America, are scant. We aim to evaluate stroke awareness using personal interviews ...
  • Crossley, Nicolas; Zugman, Andre; Reyes-Madrigal, Francisco; Czepielewski, Leticia; Castro, Mariana Nair; Diaz-Zuluaga, Ana María; Pineda-Zapata, Julián; Reckziegel, Ramiro; Gadelha, Ary; Jackowski, Andrea; Noto, Cristiano; Alliende Serra, Luz Maria; Iruretagoyena, Bárbara; Ossandon, Tomas; Ramirez-Mahaluf, Juan Pablo; Castañeda, Carmen Paz; Gonzalez-Valderrama, Alfonso; Nachar, Rubén; León-Ortiz, Pablo; Undurraga, Juan; Lopez-Jaramillo, Carlos; Guinjoan, Salvador Martín; Gama, Clarissa; De la Fuente-Sandoval, Camilo; Bressan, Rodrigo (Oxford University Press, 2020-04)
    Background Social and environmental factors such as poverty or violence, modulate the risk and course of schizophrenia, but how they affect the brain in patients with psychosis remains unclear. We here studied how they ...
  • Crossley, Nicolas; Zugman, Andre; Reyes-Madrigal, Francisco; Czepielewski, Leticia; Castro, Mariana Nair; Diaz-Zuluaga, Ana María; Pineda-Zapata, Julián; Reckziegel, Ramiro; Gadelha, Ary; Jackowski, Andrea; Noto, Cristiano; Alliende Serra, Luz Maria; Iruretagoyena, Bárbara; Ossandon, Tomas; Ramirez-Mahaluf, Juan Pablo; Castañeda, Carmen Paz; Gonzalez-Valderrama, Alfonso; Nachar, Rubén; Guinjoan, Salvador Martín; ANDES Network (Cambridge University Press, 2020-08-18)
    Background Social and environmental factors such as poverty or violence modulate the risk and course of schizophrenia. However, how they affect the brain in patients with psychosis remains unclear. Aims We studied how ...
  • Quintero Rincón, Antonio; Flugelman, Máximo; Prendes, Jorge; D'Giano, Carlos (Sociedad Argentina de Bioingeniería, 2019)
    Seizure detection plays a central role in most aspects of epilepsy care. Understanding the complex epileptic signals system is a typical problem in electroencephalographic (EEG) signal processing. This problem requires different ...
  • Nathal, Edgar; Mormandi, Rubén; Cervio, Andrés Eduardo; Navarro-Garcia de Llano, Juan P.; Ceja-Espinosa, Alejandro (Cureus, 2022-01-25)
    Association between cerebral aneurysms and sellar tumors has been previously reported. Rupture of anterior circulation aneurysms during a transsphenoidal surgery causing massive subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) is uncommon, ...
  • Francia, Marcos; Stortz, Martin; Vazquez Echegaray, Camila; Oses, Camila; Verneri, Paula; Petrone, María Victoria; Toro, Ayelén; Waisman, Ariel; Miriuka, Santiago Gabriel; Cosentino, María Soledad; Levi, Valeria; Guberman, Alejandra S. (Public Library of Science, 2021-07-09)
    Akt/PKB is a kinase involved in the regulation of a wide variety of cell processes. Its activity is modulated by diverse post-translational modifications (PTMs). Particularly, conjugation of the small ubiquitin-related ...
  • Cicutti, Santiago E.; Cuello, Javier F.; Villamil, Facundo; Gromadzyn, Guido P.; Bartuluchi, Marcelo (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, 2024-03-23)
    Background and objectives: Hemispherotomy is a highly complex procedure that demands a steep learning curve. An incomplete brain disconnection often results in failure of seizure control. The purpose of this article was ...
  • Tubbs, R. Shane; Loukas, M.; Martínez-Pereira, M.A.; Cejas, Claudia Patricia; Bui, C.J.; Reina, M.A.; Iwanaga, J. (Elsevier, 2021-04-25)
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  • Giovannini, Sebastián Juan María; Ruella, Mauro Emiliano; Villamil, Facundo; Lorefice, Emiliano; Caffaratti, Guido; Cervio, Andrés Eduardo (Neurological Society of India, 2022-05)
    Calcifying pseudoneoplasm of the neuroaxis (CAPNON) is a rare, slow growing, and generally benign fibro osseous mass that can emerge throughout the entire central nervous system (CNS). When diagnosed, prompt surgical ...
  • Cervio, Andrés Eduardo; Villamil, Facundo; Ruella, Mauro; Mormandi, Rubén (Thieme, 2023-02-01)
    Background: Hemangioblastomas (HBL) are uncommon tumors of the central nervous system (CNS), corresponding to 1 to 2.5% of all intracranial tumors. They can present sporadically or in patients with von Hippel-Lindau (VHL) ...
  • Carrea, Raúl; Molins, Mahelz; Murphy, Guillermo (Hospital De Clínicas, Instituto De Neurología, 1955)
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  • Cervio, Andrés Eduardo; Marengo, Ricardo; Villamil, Facundo; Ruella, Mauro; Domecq, Lucila; Caffaratti, Guido (Thieme, 2023-02-01)
    Introduction: Tuberculum sellae meningiomas (TSM) represent 5 to 10% of all intracranial meningiomas. Their main treatment is surgical resection, especially in patients presenting with visual impairment. Different surgical ...
  • Marrodán, Mariano; Fiol, Marcela Paula; Correale, Jorge (Oxford University Press, 2022-04-29)
    Susac syndrome is a disorder thought to be mediated by an autoimmune response towards endothelial cells, leading to a characteristic clinical triad of encephalopathy, visual disturbances due to branch arterial occlusions ...
  • Gaitán, María Inés; Yáñez, Paulina; Paday Formenti, María Emilia; Calandri, Ismael Luis; Figueiredo, E.; Sati, P.; Correale, Jorge (Williams & Wilkins, 2020-03)
    Background and purpose: Multiple sclerosis lesions develop around small veins that are radiologically described as the so-called central vein sign. With 7T MR imaging and magnetic susceptibility-based sequences, the central ...
  • de Francesco, Pablo Nicolás; Fernández, Gimena; Uriarte, Maia; Urrutia, Leandro; Ponce de León, Magdalena; Fehrentz, Jean-Alain; Falasco, Germán; Perello, Mario (Karger, 2022-07-29)
    Introduction: Ghrelin regulates a variety of functions by acting in the brain. The targets of ghrelin in the mouse brain have been mainly mapped using immunolabeling against c-Fos, a transcription factor used as a marker ...
  • Tinazzi, Michele; Geroin, Christian; Bhidayasiri, Roongroj; Bloem, Bastiaan R.; Capato, Tamine; Djaldetti, Ruth; Doherty, Karen; Fasano, Alfonso; Tibar, Houyam; Lopiano, Leonardo; Margraf, Nils G.; Merello, Marcelo; Moreau, Caroline; Ugawa, Yoshikazu; Artusi, Carlo Alberto; International Parkinson and MovementDisorders Society Task Force on Postural Abnormalities (Wiley, 2022-05-09)
    Background:There is no consensus with regard to the nosology and cut-off values for posturalabnormalities in parkinsonism.ObjectiveObjective:To reach a consensus regarding the nosology and cut-off values.MethodsMethods:Using ...

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