Brain-computer interfaces (BCIs) are a rapidly advancing field which utilizes brain activity to control external devices for a myriad of functions, including the restoration of motor function. Clinically, BCIs have been especially impactful in patients who suffer from stroke-mediated damage. However, due to the rapid advancement in the field, there is a lack of accepted standards of practice.J Exp Neurol, 2023, Volume 4, Issue 3, p87-93 | DOI: 10.33696/Neurol.4.077
Posterior quadrant epilepsy is relatively uncommon and refractory seizures from these regions are difficult to diagnose and manage. A 28-year-old woman presented for evaluation of her seizures. Scalp Electroencephalogram (EEG) showed seizures with independent onset over the right posterior and left anterior regions.J Exp Neurol, 2023, Volume 4, Issue 3, p94-99 | DOI: 10.33696/Neurol.4.078
Change in Prevalence of Meningitis among Children with Febrile Seizure after the Pentavalent Vaccination
Introduction: One of the most significant current discussions in pediatrics is whether lumbar puncture (LP) should be performed in children with febrile seizure (FS) as in the past. Objectives: We compared the prevalence of meningitis among FS children before and after the pentavalent vaccine to determine the importance of the LP in these children.J Exp Neurol, 2023, Volume 4, Issue 3, p100-108 | DOI: 10.33696/Neurol.4.079
Association of Conformationally Altered Tau with α-1-antichymotrypsin in the Nuclei of Neurons in the Alzheimer's Disease Brain
Conformational changes of Tau have been described to occur during its fibrillary and non-fibrillary aggregation inside neurons affected in the brain of Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients. Two consecutive conformations have been described during the progression of the disease: an early conformation detected with the Alz-50 antibody, recognizing Tau molecules folding its amino terminus over its third repeated domain, and a later conformation involving the bending of the proline-rich region over the third repeated domain.J Exp Neurol, 2023, Volume 4, Issue 3, p100-108 | DOI: 10.33696/Neurol.4.080
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