- Re-Engineering of the Damaged Brain and Spinal Cord[electronic resource] :Evidence-Based Neurorehabilitation / edited by Klaus R. H. von Wild.
- Wild, Klaus R. H. von., editor.
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- XVI, 240 p. : online resource.
- Acta Neurochirurgica Supplementum,0065-1419 ; 93
- Evidence based neurorehabilitation -- Evidence based medicine in neurological rehabilitation ??a critical review -- Quality management in traumatic brain injury (TBI) Lessons from the prospective study in 6.800 patients after acute TBI in respect of neurorehabilitation -- Posttraumatic epilepsy with special emphasis on prophylaxis and prevention -- Swallowing therapy ??a prospective study on patients with neurogenic dysphagia due to unilateral paresis of the vagal nerve, Avellis??syndrome, Wallenberg?셲 syndrome, posterior fossa tumours and cerebellar hemorrhage -- Impaired self-awareness after moderately severe to severe traumatic brain injury -- Assessment of health-related quality of life in persons after traumatic brain injury ??development of the Qolibri, a specific measure -- Re-engineering of brain lesions -- RNA editing: a molecular mechanism for the fine modulation of neuronal transmission -- Inhibition of I?B? phosphorylation prevents glutamate-induced NF-?B activation and neuronal cell death -- Reorganization of cerebral circuits in human brain lesion -- Transcranial magnetic stimulation in neurorehabilitation -- Is there impairment of a specific frontal lobe circuit in head injury? -- Treating the aging brain: cortical reorganization and behavior -- The localization of central pattern generators for swallowing in humans ??a clinical-anatomical study on patients with unilateral paresis of the vagal nerve, Avellis??syndrome, Wallenberg?셲 syndrome, posterior fossa tumours and cerebellar hemorrhage -- Functional regeneration of the axotomized auditory nerve with combined neurotrophic and anti-inhibitory strategies -- Electrically evoked hearing perception by functional neurostimulation of the central auditory system -- Physiological recordings from electrodes implanted in the basal ganglia for deep brain stimulation in Parkinson?셲 disease. The relevance of fast subthalamic rhythms -- DBS therapy for the vegetative state and minimally conscious state -- Deep brain stimulation for idiopathic or secondary movement disorders -- Extradural Motor Cortex Stimulation (EMCS) for Parkinson?셲 disease. History and first results by the study group of the Italian neurosurgical society -- Endocrine dysfunction following traumatic brain injury: mechanisms, pathophysiology and clinical correlations -- Taylored implants for alloplastic cranioplasty ??clinical and surgical considerations -- Lessons from National and International TBI Societies and Funds like NBIRTT -- Re-engineering of spinal cord lesions -- Brachial plexus surgery (Honorary lecture) -- Results in brachial plexus palsy after biceps neuro-muscular neurotization associated with neuro-neural neurotization and teno-muscular transfer -- Macrophages and dendritic cells treatment of spinal cord injury: from the bench to the clinic -- Electrophysiological effects of 4-aminopyridine on fictive locomotor activity of the rat spinal cord in vitro -- Alternative, complementary, energy-based medicine for spinal cord injury -- The effect of penile vibratory stimulation on male fertility potential, spasticity and neurogenic detrusor overactivity in spinal cord lesioned individuals -- Posttraumatic syringomyelia ??a serious complication in tetra- and paraplegic patients -- Functional neurorehabilitation in locked-in syndrome following C0?밅1 decompression -- Treatment options and results in cervical myelopathy -- The treatment of the sacral pressure sores in patients with spinal lesions -- Neurological-neurosurgical-neurobehavioral rehabilitation -- Phenomenological aspects of consciousness ??its disturbance in acute and chronic stages -- Neuropsychological experiences in neurotraumatology -- Team care in ICU ??Psychotherapeutic aspects and taking care of family of patients with traumatic brain injury -- Early clinical predictive factors during coma recovery -- Predicting one year clinical outcome in traumatic brain injury (TBI) at the beginning of rehabilitation -- Severe brain injuries in children -- The locked-in syndrome: a challenge for therapy -- Addendum -- WFNS committee for neurorehabilitation -- Academia Multidisciplinaria Neurotraumatologica AMN -- NBIRTT, the National Brain Injury Research, Treatment and Training Foundation.
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