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Shy-Drager Syndrome

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Shy-Drager Syndrome is a progressive disorder of the central and sympathetic nervous systems characterized by symptoms of autonomic nervous system failure, impaired speech, difficulties breathing and swallowing, and anhidrosis. Here is the latest research.

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Brain : a Journal of Neurology

Risk and predictors of dementia and parkinsonism in idiopathic REM sleep behaviour disorder: a multicentre study

Brain : a Journal of NeurologyFebruary 23, 2019
Ronald B PostumaAmelie Pelletier
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Neuropathology : Official Journal of the Japanese Society of Neuropathology

An autopsy case of progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy after rituximab therapy for malignant lymphoma

Neuropathology : Official Journal of the Japanese Society of NeuropathologyDecember 5, 2018
Reiji MutoKoichi Ohshima
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10
Neurology

Progressive supranuclear palsy is not associated with neurogenic orthostatic hypotension

NeurologySeptember 6, 2019
Jay A van GerpenWilliam P Cheshire
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Scientific Reports

Relations of non-motor symptoms and dopamine transporter binding in REM sleep behavior disorder

Scientific ReportsOctober 31, 2019
Petr DušekKarel Šonka
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Brain : a Journal of Neurology

Choline transporter-like 1 deficiency causes a new type of childhood-onset neurodegeneration

Brain : a Journal of NeurologyDecember 20, 2019
Christina R FagerbergMarica Bakovic
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Clinical Autonomic Research : Official Journal of the Clinical Autonomic Research Society

Skin nerve α-synuclein deposits in Parkinson's disease and other synucleinopathies: a review

Clinical Autonomic Research : Official Journal of the Clinical Autonomic Research SocietyDecember 7, 2018
Vincenzo Donadio
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Neurology. Clinical Practice

Rebound high-pressure headache after treatment of spontaneous intracranial hypotension: MRV study

Neurology. Clinical PracticeMay 2, 2019
Wouter I SchievinkBarry D Pressman
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Brain : a Journal of Neurology

Evolution of prodromal Parkinson's disease and dementia with Lewy bodies: a prospective study

Brain : a Journal of NeurologyMay 22, 2019
Seyed-Mohammad FereshtehnejadRonald B Postuma
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BMC Veterinary Research

Magnetic resonance image findings in pug dogs with thoracolumbar myelopathy and concurrent caudal articular process dysplasia

BMC Veterinary ResearchJune 4, 2019
Colin J DriverClare Rusbridge
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Physiology & Behavior

Neurogenic orthostatic hypotension impairs information processing speed and attention

Physiology & BehaviorSeptember 19, 2019
Lindsay Robinson, Kurt Kimpinski
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International Journal of General Medicine

Role of nurses and nurse practitioners in the recognition, diagnosis, and management of neurogenic orthostatic hypotension: a narrative review

International Journal of General MedicineMay 24, 2019
Debashis BiswasDebra Turner
Parkinsonism & Related Disorders

Stridor-related gray matter alterations in multiple system atrophy: A pilot study

Parkinsonism & Related DisordersDecember 5, 2018
Claudia TestaPietro Cortelli
Urology

Correlation of Ultrasonically Determined Bladder Wall Thickness and Prostatic Calcification With the Urinary, Psychosocial Dysfunction, Organ Specific, Infection and Neurological/Systemic Symptoms, and Tenderness Scoring System

UrologyDecember 12, 2018
Ersan ArdaAykut B Senturk
Brain : a Journal of Neurology

Improving diagnostic accuracy of multiple system atrophy: a clinicopathological study

Brain : a Journal of NeurologyJuly 11, 2019
Yasuo MikiJanice L Holton
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Journal of the Neurological Sciences

Expanding the clinical description of autosomal recessive spastic ataxia of Charlevoix-Saguenay

Journal of the Neurological SciencesMarch 23, 2019
Marie-Michèle BriandCynthia Gagnon
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Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & Clinical

Pure autonomic failure presenting as Harlequin syndrome

Autonomic Neuroscience : Basic & ClinicalJuly 24, 2019
James D TriplettJeremy K Cutsforth-Gregory
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JFMS Open Reports

Distinct mutation in the feline coronavirus spike protein cleavage activation site in a cat with feline infectious peritonitis-associated meningoencephalomyelitis

JFMS Open ReportsSeptember 20, 2019
Nicole M AndréGary R Whittaker
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International Review of Neurobiology

Neuroimaging Applications in Chronic Ataxias

International Review of NeurobiologyNovember 27, 2018
Mario Mascalchi, Alessandra Vella
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Brain Sciences

Amantadine Improves Delayed Neuropsychiatric Sequelae of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning: A Case Report

Brain SciencesNovember 17, 2019
Tomosuke NakanoMotohiro Okada
Clinical Autonomic Research : Official Journal of the Clinical Autonomic Research Society

Association of innervation-adjusted alpha-synuclein in arrector pili muscles with cardiac noradrenergic deficiency in autonomic synucleinopathies

Clinical Autonomic Research : Official Journal of the Clinical Autonomic Research SocietyNovember 2, 2019
Risa IsonakaDavid S Goldstein
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