Advances in Neurology
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: the childhood co-morbidity that most influences the disability burden in Tourette syndrome.
ADHD is a complex co-morbidity, as it is heteregeneous in terms of the clinical subtypes, but also in terms of the circuits involved and the level of involvement within those circuits. Specially focusing on the relationship of ADHD to TS, this author's studies have added some neurobehavioral and som...
Failure of surgery for temporal lobe epilepsy: a review of selected aspects.
Neocortical epilepsy: aspects distinguishing intractable from benign neocortical epilepsies.
Magnetic resonance spectroscopic techniques for localizing epileptogenic zones in refractory partial epilepsy.
The role of MRS and fMRI in multiple sclerosis.
We have gained some insight into the disease and are starting to uncover some of the structural and physiological substrates for the disability that develops in MS patients, we are far from understanding what causes MS and how to prevent its progression. Imaging can be used as a tool to better under...
Early cognitive changes and nondementing behavioral abnormalities in Parkinson's disease.
Early cognitive changes in patients with PD are often subtle and influenced by factors that interact with the disease process, including age of disease onset, medication, and the specific constellation of motor symptoms. These factors notwithstanding, ample evidence exists that specific cognitive ch...
Psychopathological and cognitive correlates of tardive dyskinesia in patients treated with neuroleptics.
Even though new cases of TD are on the decline in North America and other western countries, TD remains a public health concern for patients with chronic schizophrenia, PAD, and for nonpsychiatric patients treated with dopamine receptor antagonists. The new generation of atypical antipsychotic medic...
Sensory deficits in dystonia and their significance.
Hereditary tauopathies and parkinsonism.