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Olivopontocerebellar Atrophy

Olivopontocerebellar Atrophy diagram by Carter et al, Wikimedia
Carter et al, Wikimedia

Olivopontocerebellar atrophy (OPCA) refers to neurodegeneration of the inferior olivary nucleus, pons, and the cerebellum, and is characterized by cerebellar ataxia and other neurological problems. Here is the latest research.

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European Journal of Neurology : the Official Journal of the European Federation of Neurological Societies

In vivo signatures of neurodegeneration in isolated rapid eye movement behaviour disorder

European Journal of Neurology : the Official Journal of the European Federation of Neurological SocietiesMarch 15, 2020
Giulia CarliDaniela Perani
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1
Frontiers in Neuroscience

Corrigendum: Alterations of the Gut Microbiota in Multiple System Atrophy Patients

Frontiers in NeuroscienceFebruary 22, 2020
Linlin WanHong Jiang
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1
Parkinsonism & Related Disorders

Conjugal multiple system atrophy: Computing chance or investigating real patients?

Parkinsonism & Related DisordersMarch 23, 2020
Haitian NanYoshihisa Takiyama
Neurology. Clinical Practice

Video research visits for atypical parkinsonian syndromes among Fox Trial Finder participants

Neurology. Clinical PracticeMarch 20, 2020
Christopher G TarolliJamie L Adams
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Journal of Neuroinflammation

A peripheral neutrophil-related inflammatory factor predicts a decline in executive function in mild Alzheimer's disease

Journal of NeuroinflammationMarch 17, 2020
Kritleen K BawaAlzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative
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Translational Neurodegeneration

Insights into the pathogenesis of multiple system atrophy: focus on glial cytoplasmic inclusions

Translational NeurodegenerationFebruary 26, 2020
Seiji KajiRyosuke Takahashi
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Hipertensión y riesgo vascular

Autonomic dysfunction in the patient with neurodegenerative disease

Hipertensión y riesgo vascularApril 1, 2020
R Roa-ChamorroP González-Bustos
Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews

Central auditory processing in Parkinsonian disorders: A systematic review

Neuroscience and Biobehavioral ReviewsMarch 8, 2020
Evelien De GrooteMiet De Letter
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Parkinsonism & Related Disorders

Subcortical atrophy and perfusion patterns in Parkinson disease and multiple system atrophy

Parkinsonism & Related DisordersFebruary 29, 2020
Roberto ErroMaria Teresa Pellecchia
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American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part a

Martsolf syndrome with novel mutation in the TBC1D20 gene in a family from Iran

American Journal of Medical Genetics. Part aMarch 13, 2020
Hossein HozhabriMohammadreza Dehghani
Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal = Journal L'Association Canadienne Des Radiologistes

Contribution of the Mesencephalon Indices to Differential Diagnosis of Parkinsonian Disorders

Canadian Association of Radiologists Journal = Journal L'Association Canadienne Des RadiologistesFebruary 18, 2020
Cemil OktayKamil Karaali
Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental Neurology

Generation and Characterization of Novel Monoclonal Antibodies Targeting p62/sequestosome-1 Across Human Neurodegenerative Diseases

Journal of Neuropathology and Experimental NeurologyFebruary 28, 2020
Jorge A Trejo-LopezBenoit I Giasson
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Clinical Autonomic Research : Official Journal of the Clinical Autonomic Research Society

Relationship between cardiac parasympathetic dysfunction and the anteroposterior diameter of the medulla oblongata in multiple system atrophy

Clinical Autonomic Research : Official Journal of the Clinical Autonomic Research SocietyMarch 9, 2020
Masashi SuzukiMasahisa Katsuno
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