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Direct brain neurostimulation for partial onset seizures provides long-term benefit
Friday, 27 Feb 2015
A study of a direct brain responsive neurostimulator found that responsive direct cortical stimulation reduces seizures and improves quality of life over an average of 5.4 years for for partial onset seizures that cannot be controlled with medication Direct brain neurostimulation for partial onset seizures provides long-term benefit

Mouth guards gather new information that may lead to more accurate prediction of traumatic brain injury
Friday, 27 Feb 2015
The mouth guards were able to measure six degrees of freedom, including rotational movement (roll, pitch, and yaw), while current safety standards use three degrees of freedom. Mouth guards gather new information that may lead to more accurate prediction of traumatic brain injury

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Neuroprosthetics for paralysis: a new implant on the spinal cord

New therapies are on the horizon for individuals paralysed following spinal cord injury. The e-Dura implant developed by EPFL scientists can be applied directly to the spinal cord without causing damage and inflammation.

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Joseph Broderick
Wednesday, 07 Jan 2015
Joseph Broderick speaks to NeuroNews about the future of neurology and his research, in particular, ... Joseph Broderick

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Neuromodulation. (Image courtesy of St Jude Medical)

Focus on: Neuromodulation

Neuromodulation has grown into a wide and varied field with approvals for additional applications increasing every year. Here, NeuroNews speaks to four thought-leaders about the research priorities, challenges and potential areas for growth.

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Total small-vessel disease score: a new and pragmatic way to assess the full impact of small-vessel disease on the brain The score provides a more complete overall view of the impact of small-vessel disease on the brain than do the individual MRI features separately. It is a simple and pragmatic visual quantification ... Total small-vessel disease score: a new and pragmatic way to assess the full impact of small-vessel disease on the brain

TeleStroke Units improve stroke care in underserved areas Peter Müller-Barna writes that the use of telemedicine to ensure 24/7 access to consultation and care in rural areas is one of the major recommendations of the American Stroke Association in their ... TeleStroke Units improve stroke care in underserved areas







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