Frontiers Article Alert

Tuesday, 12 November 2013


Frontiers is pleased to announce a number of exciting new articles in the field of Neurology.


Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Autonomic Neuroscience”

Imaging stretch-activated firing of spinal afferent nerve endings in mouse colon
Lee travis and Nick Spencer
Characteristics of colonic migrating motor complexes in neuronal NOS (nNOS) knockout mice
Nick Spencer
Characterization of bladder sensory neurons in the context of myelination, receptors for pain modulators, and acute responses to bladder inflammation
Shelley L Forrest, Peregrine B Osborne, and Janet R Keast

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Epilepsy”

The Role of Levetiracetam in Treatment of Seizures in Brain Tumor Patients
Ekokobe Fonkem, Paul Bricker, Diana Mungall, Jose Aceves, Eromata Ebwe, Wei Tang, and BATOOL F. KIRMANI
Amygdala Enlargement in Patients with Mesial Temporal Lobe Epilepsy without Hippocampal Sclerosis
Ana Carolina Coan, Marcia Elisabete Morita, Brunno Machado Campos, Clarissa Lin Yasuda, and Fernando Cendes
Role of Intravenous Levetiracetam in Seizure Prophylaxis of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Patients
BATOOL F. KIRMANI, Diana Mungall, and Geoffrey Ling
Prospects of Levetiracetam as a Neuroprotective Drug Against Status Epilepticus, Traumatic Brain Injury, and Stroke
Ashok K Shetty
Identification of the Epileptogenic Zone from Stereo-EEG Signals: A Connectivity-Graph Theory Approach
Ferruccio Panzica, Giulia Varotto, Fabio Rotondi, Roberto Spreafico, and Silvana Franceschetti

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Movement Disorders”

Neuroimaging, Biomarkers, and Management of Dementia with Lewy Bodies
Hasmet A. Hanagasi, Basar Bilgic, and Murat Emre
Dopaminergic Meso-Cortical Projections to M1: Role in Motor Learning and Motor Cortex Plasticity
Jonas Aurel Hosp and Andreas R Luft
Long-Range Temporal Correlations, Multifractality, and the Causal Relation between Neural Inputs and Movements
Jing Hu, Yi Zheng, and Jianbo Gao
Complex-Value Coherence Mapping Reveals Novel Abnormal Resting-State Functional Connectivity Networks in Task-Specific Focal Hand Dystonia
Leighton B Hinkley, Kensuke Sekihara, Julia Parsons Owen, Kelly Westlake, Nancy Byl, and Srikantan Nagarajan
Sleep Microstructure and Memory Function
Luigi Ferini-Strambi, Andrea Galbiati, and Sara Marelli
Virtual Sensory Feedback for Gait Improvement in Neurological Patients
Yoram Baram
Do Studies on Cortical Plasticity Provide a Rationale for Using Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation as a Treatment for Parkinson’s Disease Patients?
Giacomo Koch

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology”

Effects of Vaccination with Altered Peptide Ligand on Chronic Pain in Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis, an Animal Model of Multiple Sclerosis
David H Tian, Chamini J Perera, Vasso Apostolopoulos, and Gila Moalem-Taylor
Teriflunomide Attenuates Immunopathological Changes in the Dark Agouti Rat Model of Experimental Autoimmune Encephalomyelitis
Garth E. Ringheim, Lan Lee, Lynn Laws-Ricker, Thomas Delohery, Li Liu, Donghui Zhang, Nicholas Colletti, Timothy J Soos, Kendra Schroeder, Barbara Fanelli, Nian Tian, Christopher W Arendt, Deborah Iglesias-Bregna, Margaret Petty, Zhongqi Ji, George Qian, Rajula Gaur, Daniel Weinstock, Jean Cavallo, Juventas Telsinskas, and Kathleen McMonagle-Strucko

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Neurocritical and Neurohospitalist Care”

The Goldilocks Dilemma in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Aaron P Tansy and David S Liebeskind

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Neurology Education”

The History of Reimbursements in Neurology
Shaheen E Lakhan, Amr M Abied, Deborah Tepper, and Truc Nguyen
Foster Kennedy Syndrome Due to Meningioma Growth during Pregnancy
Jose Biller, Ian Hughes, Douglas Anderson, John Lee, and Federico Rodriguez-Porcel

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Neuro-Ophthalmology”

Does Chronic Idiopathic Dizziness Reflect an Impairment of Sensory Predictions of Self-Motion?
Joern K Pomper, Lena Gebert, Matthias Fischer, Friedemann Bunjes, and Peter Thier

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Neuro-otology”

The Burden and Impact of Vertigo: Findings from the REVERT Patient Registry
Christoph Gasteyger, Heike Benecke, Sam Agus, Gordon Goodall, Daniel Kuessner, and Michael Strupp
A New Tool for Investigating the Functional Testing of the VOR
Paolo Colagiorgio, Silvia Colnaghi, Maurizio Versino, and Stefano Ramat

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Neuropediatrics”

Immunity Against Tetanus Infection, Risk Factors for Non-Protection, and Validation of a Rapid Immunotest Kit among Hospitalized Children in Nigeria
Adebola Emmanuel Orimadegun, Bose Etaniamhe Orimadegun, and Akinlolu Adedayo Adepoju

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Neurotrauma”

The Complex Clinical Issues Involved in an Athlete’s Decision to Retire from Collision Sport Due to Multiple Concussions: A Case Study of a Professional Athlete
Andrew Gardner
Of Timescales, Animal Models, and Human Disease: The 50th Anniversary of C. elegans as a Biological Model
Denes V Agoston
Traumatic Brain Injury – Modeling Neuropsychiatric Symptoms in Rodents
Oz Malkesman, Laura B. Tucker, Jessica Ozl, and Joseph T. Mccabe
Metabolic Crisis in Severely Head-Injured Patients: Is Ischemia Just the Tip of the Iceberg?
Emilie Carre, Michael Ogier, Henry Boret, Ambroise Montcriol, Lionel Bourdon, and Jean-Jacques Risso
Primary Blast Traumatic Brain Injury in the Rat: Relating Diffusion Tensor Imaging and Behavior
Matthew D Budde, Alok Shah, Michael McCrea, William E Cullinan, Frank Pintar, and Brian D Stemper
fMRI of Working Memory Impairment after Recovery from Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
Timothy Michael Ellmore, Fiona Rohlffs, and Faraz Khursheed

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Sleep and Chronobiology”

Sleep-Dependent Synaptic Down-Selection (I): Modeling the Benefits of Sleep on Memory Consolidation and Integration
Andrew Thomas Nere, Atif Hashmi, Chiara Cirelli, and Giulio Tononi
Sleep-Dependent Synaptic Down-Selection (II): Single-Neuron Level Benefits for Matching, Selectivity, and Specificity
Atif Hashmi, Andrew Thomas Nere, and Giulio Tononi
Modafinil as a Catecholaminergic Agent: Empirical Evidence and Unanswered Questions
Jonathan P Wisor
Narcolepsy or Sleep Apnea?: Not Everything is What it Appears to be!
Pandi-Perumal Seithikurippu Ratnas, Ravi Gupta, and J M Monti
Muscarinic Modulation of High Frequency Oscillations in Pedunculopontine Neurons
Nebojsa Kezunovic, James R Hyde, Belen Goitia, Veronica Bisagno, Francisco J Urbano, and Edgar Garcia-Rill

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Spinal Cord Medicine”

Quality of Residual Neuromuscular Control and Functional Deficits in Patients with Spinal Cord Injury
Alexander Ovechkin, Todd Vitaz, Daniela Terson de Paleville, and William B McKay

Frontiers in Neurology, Section “Stroke”

Automated Decision-Support System for Prediction of Treatment Responders in Acute Ischemic Stroke
Kartheeban Nagenthiraja, Brian Patrick Walcott, Mikkel Bo Hansen, Leif Østergaard, and Kim Mouridsen
Glioblastoma Mimicking an Arteriovenous Malformation
Arjun Khanna, Andrew S Venteicher, Brian Patrick Walcott, Kristopher T Kahle, Daniel A Mordes, Christopher M William, Zoher Ghogawala, and Christopher S Ogilvy
MRI Screening for Chronic Anticoagulation in Atrial Fibrillation
Mark Fisher
Can Chronic Remote Cortical Hypoperfusion Induced by Thalamic Infarction Cause Damage of Tracts Passing through Those Hypoperfused Regions?
Eloi Magnin, Ludivine Chamard, Fabrice Vuiller, Laurent Tatu, and Eric Berger
Predicting Early Awakening from Coma after Intracerebral Hemorrhage
Diana Goodman, Scott E Kasner, and Soojin Park
Resting State Interhemispheric Motor Connectivity and White Matter Integrity Correlate with Motor Impairment in Chronic Stroke
Joyce L Chen and Gottfried Schlaug
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