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Burning Mouth Syndrome in Patients with Psychological Disorders

Burning mouth syndrome (BMS) refers to chron- ic orofacial pain, unaccompanied by mucosal lesions or other evident clinical signs.

Published 28 Sep, 2018


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Screening of Cognitive Impairment: Undiagnosed or Over Diagnosis in a Vulnerable Population

The goals of our project is to act on effective dementia interventions with a focus on vulnerable populations.

Published 01 Sep, 2018


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Exercise and Enrichment Recruit Positive Factors for Hippocampus Plasticity and Cognitive Enhancement

The hippocampus plays critical roles in consolidation of information from short- to long-term memory, as well as spatial navigation, which are defined as cognitive function.

Published 18 Jul, 2018


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Smell and Taste Dysfunction are Markers of Early and Persistent Pathology Following Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)

There are presently no quantitative clinical markers which can consistently identify patients after Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

Published 04 Jul, 2018


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Holmes Tremor: A Therapeutic Challenge

Holmes Tremor (HT) is a rare form of combined tremor that occurs at rest, intention, and posture.

Published 03 Jul, 2018


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A Drosophila Model for Alzheimer’s Disease with Amyloid Plagues and Neurofibrillary Tangles

The study of cognition is one of the most challenging subjects of neuroscience in this century.

Published 03 Nov, 2017


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Balint's Syndrome Secondary to Cortico-Basal Degeneration

A 70-year-old man with Cortico-Basal Degeneration (CBD) diagnosed 7 years ago presented to the neurology clinic complaining of 2 year worsening visual agnosia.

Published 20 Sep, 2017


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New Concept of Neuronal Non-Diffusible Communication

Cell to cell communication is a fundamental basis for organism development and functioning.

Published 27 Jul, 2017


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Using fMRI to Assess the Effectiveness of New Learning and Development for Remediation

Since the early 1990s, functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) has served as a noninvasive safe imaging technique that allows researchers to investigate which areas in the brain are active for a given cognitive event (Figure 1) [1].

Published 24 May, 2017


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A 53-Year-Old Man with Visuospatial Disorientation and Mild Dementia

A 53-year-old man whose grandfather had Alzheimer’s disease (AD) presented with an 18 month history of memory problems.

Published 18 May, 2017





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