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  • Stroke

    Sutter R, Kaplan PW (2012) Electroencephalographic patterns in coma: when things slow down. Epileptologie 29: 201–209. 27.[] […] reflecting increased risks of therapy for blood-pressure reduction or reverse causation due to conditions that may be associated with blood-pressure reduction (such as cancer[] Ischemic stroke with coma Ischemic stroke without coma Ischemic stroke wo coma Lacunar infarction Lacunar stroke Left anterior cerebral artery occlusion w stroke Left anterior[]

  • Hypercalcemia

    OBJECTIVE: Severe hypercalcemia is often considered an emergency because of a potential risk of cardiac arrest or coma.[] All cancer patients should receive bisphosphonates as the first line of treatment may not be possible to complete without any risks and side effects.[] On examination the patient was unconscious (Glasgow coma score: 8).[]

  • Medulloblastoma

    Emergency chemotherapy alone was sufficient in promoting regression of swelling and recovery from coma. Reports of similar cases are scant.[] However, both chemotherapy and radiotherapy often have long-term toxicity effects, including delays in physical and cognitive development, higher risk of second cancers, and[] Occasionally due to bleeding within the tumor, a patient will be in a coma or have severe acute neurologic compromise at the time of diagnosis.[]

  • Malignant Glioma

    It isn't clear whether cellphone use increases the risk of brain cancer.[] […] is compatible with other cancer studies that show increased consumption of vegetables and possibly of fruits is associated with decreased cancer risk.[] More-common forms of radiation, such as electromagnetic fields from power lines and radiofrequency radiation from microwave ovens have not been shown to increase the risk[]

  • Traumatic Brain Injury

    The purpose of this study was to assess whether Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) of 12 or less can predict the presence of TBI and the severity of associated injuries in blunt trauma[] […] awake from a coma.[] She subsequently made an excellent neurologic recovery from an initial Glasgow Coma Scale score of 3 to a score of 15.[]

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  • Cerebral Hemorrhage

    Alpha-frequency coma (AC) is a rare finding in comatose patients and is generally associated with a poor prognosis.[] One hour after admission, his Glasgow Coma Scale fell from 14 to 11. We performed an echo-guided stereotaxic removal of the hematoma.[] […] predictors of those patients who underwent surgery (226 of 3233 patients overall; 83 of 372 patients with large ICH) were younger age, severe neurological deficit (lower Glasgow coma[]

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  • Epilepsy

    ., coma), and can help localize and diagnose certain infections and focal processes within the central nervous system (CNS). ( Slide 17 ) The EEG waveforms are divided into[]

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  • Encephalitis

    Symptoms include high fever, headache, sensitivity to light, stiff neck and back, vomiting, confusion and, in severe cases, seizures, paralysis and coma.[] KEYWORDS: coma and raised intracranial pressure; epilepsy and seizures; hydrocephalus; neuroimaging[] Figures/Media Metrics The category of autoimmune encephalitides constitutes disorders with relatively distinct characteristics such as psychosis, seizures, abnormal movements, coma[]

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  • Brain Neoplasm

    If people are in a coma or have difficulty breathing, herniation may be developing.[] Increased pressure can lead to general symptoms such as: Headache Nausea Vomiting Blurred vision Balance problems Personality or behavior changes Seizures Drowsiness or even coma[] […] following: headache vomiting (usually in the morning) nausea personality changes irritability drowsiness depression decreased cardiac and respiratory function and eventually coma[]

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  • Brain Concussion

    […] prospective study was to evaluate whether a similar neuroendocrine and metabolic response is found in children after minor head trauma such as brain concussion (Glasgow Coma[] A severe traumatic brain injury involves an unconscious state or coma that lasts days, weeks, months, or even years.[] Glasgow Coma Score (GCS) The GCS was developed to assess a patient's neurologic status based on speech, eye opening, and movement.[]

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