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Cognitive and brain micro-structural correlates of alexithymia in essential tremor patients.
Essential tremor (ET) is the most common movement disorder which has both motor and non-motor findings such as neuropsychiatic symptoms. Alexithymia is defined as inability to identify and describe emotions experienced by ...
Effect of cerebral microhemorrhages on neurocognitive functions in patients with end-stage renal disease.
Background Death is the most serious complication of intracerebral hemorrhage. Microbleeding can be a precursor of intracerebral hemorrhage. Susceptibility weighted imaging (SWI) should be included in imaging protocols for ...
Brain Microstructural Changes and Cognitive Function in Non-Demented Essential Tremor Patients: A Diffusion Tensor Imaging Study.
Background Essential tremor (ET) is disease with both motor and non-motor features. Notable among the non-motor features is cognitive impairment. While this impairment has been attributed to cortico-thalamo-cerebellar ...