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Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences

Print ISSN
0317-1671
Electronic ISSN
0317-1671
Impact factor
1.179
Publisher
Metapress
URL
http://metapress.com/content/300307/
Usage rank
2573
Article count
3367
Free count
11
Free percentage
0.003267
PDFs via platforms
Proquest, Metapress, and CSA

  1. Multiple Pontine Perforator Infarction in Basilar Atherosclerosis.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):264 (2015) PMID 25978758

  2. Mortality from Parkinson's disease in China: Findings from a five-year follow up study in Shanghai.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):242 (2015) PMID 26153040

    The mortality of Parkinson's disease (PD) and its associated risk factors among clinically definite PD patients in China has been rarely investigated. Our study aimed to identify the mortality rates and predictors of death in PD patients in China. 157 consecutive, clinically definite PD patients...
  3. Myoclonus in Exertional Rhabdomyolysis Without Renal Failure.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):269 (2015) PMID 26063502

  4. Incidence of Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders in Asian Populations of British Columbia.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):235 (2015) PMID 26074012

    Global variation in the incidence of multiple sclerosis (MS) is generally ascribed to differences in genetic and environmental risk factors. Here we investigate temporal trends in the incidence of MS and related disorders in British Columbia, Canada, from 1986 to 2010, focusing particularly on t...
  5. Therapeutic Hypothermia for Refractory Status Epilepticus.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):221 (2015) PMID 26153039

    Our goal was to perform a systematic review of the literature on the use of therapeutic hypothermia for refractory status epilepticus (RSE) and its impact on seizure control. All articles from MEDLINE, BIOSIS, EMBASE, Global Health, HealthStar, Scopus, Cochrane Library, the International Clinica...
  6. The Absence of Fever or Leukocytosis Does Not Exclude Infection Following Cranioplasty.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):255 (2015) PMID 26062405

    Cranioplasty encompasses various cranial reconstruction techniques that are used following craniectomy due to stroke or trauma. Despite classical infectious signs, symptoms, and radiologic findings, however, the diagnosis of infection following cranioplasty can be elusive, with the potential to ...
  7. Dilated Virchow-Robin Space and Dopamine Transporter Imaging in the Striatum of Patients with Parkinsonism.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):248 (2015) PMID 26153041

    The radiological and clinical significance of a dilated Virchow-Robin space (dVRS) in the striatum (STR) remains unclear. We investigated the role of dVRS in STR on parkinsonism and dopamine transporter positron emission tomography (DaT-PET) findings. Patients with parkinsonism who underwent bot...
  8. Counseling at a Seizure Clinic Does Not Ensure Disclosure to the Transportation Registry.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):230 (2015) PMID 26063388

    The effectiveness of current self-reporting driving laws for medically-unfit potential seizure patients is unknown in Canada. We designed a prospective cohort study of patients' self-reporting practices to the local Transportation Registry (TR) and their driving behaviors following detailed coun...
  9. Neuroprotection of Early Locomotor Exercise Poststroke: Evidence From Animal Studies.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):213 (2015) PMID 26041314

    Early locomotor exercise after stroke has attracted a great deal of attention in clinical and animal research in recent years. A series of animal studies showed that early locomotor exercise poststroke could protect against ischemic brain injury and improve functional outcomes through the promot...
  10. Management of Simultaneous Symptomatic Bilateral Carotid Stenosis.

    Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences 42(4):267 (2015) PMID 26063295