Department of Neurology75

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-Aging, Reduced Systemic Vascular Response, but Preserved Cerebral Circulatory Regulation-
-Beneficial effects of paracrine HMGB1 action through TLR2 on ischemic oligodendrocyte death and white matter injury-
-Cardiac Parasymphathetic Function in Lateral Medullary Syndrome-
-Cardiac sympathetic denervation predicts dementia in de novo Parkinson Disease-
-A Case of Stunned Brain Syndrome with Luxury Perfusion and a High Intracranial Arterial Calcification Burden-
-A Case report of Central Nerve System Posttransplant Lymphoproliferative Disorders (CNS-PTLD)-
-Changes in DNA methylome in central axon regeneration of DRG sensory neurons after conditioning injury-
-Characteristics of recently out-broken mumps meningitis-
-Chronic Pain after Non-traumatic, Non-compressive Myelopathy: Characteristics and Predictors for Neuropathic Pain-
-Chronic Pain after Non-traumatic, Non-compressive Myelopathy: Characteristics and Predictors for Neuropathic Pain-
-Cilostazol improves Endothelial Function in Acute Ischemic Stroke Patients (CEFA-IS trial): A double-blind Placebo-controlled Trial with Flow-mediated Dilation Technique-
-Clinical and MRI Outcome Predictors of Therapeutic Hypothermia in Ischemic Stroke Patients: A Post Hoc Analysis of the Hypothermia After Recanalization in Ischemic Stroke (HARIS) trial-
-Clinical and Physiological Characteristics of Transient Orthostatic Hypotension in Adults-
-Clinical characteristics according to histologically - confirmed thrombus composition in hyperacute ischemic stroke-
-Clinical characteristics and outcomes of medical managements on acute symptomatic internal carotid artery stump-
-Clinical Implications of Positive Serum Anti-TES Antibody in Transverse Myelitis Patients-
-Comparison of neurobehavioral and pathological deficit in normotensive and spontaneously hypertensive rats following chronic cerebral hypoperfusion-
-Comparison of Olfaction and Neuropsychological profile in predicting AD and DLB in Mild Cognitive Impairment-
-Complete bridging of the cystic cavities by temperature sensitive poly(phosphazene) hydrogel via induction of extracellular matrix remodeling in contusive spinal cord injury model-
-Complex ICA T occlusion by CT angiography is a very malignant subtype with massive infarcts and poor outcomes despite revascularization treatment-
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