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Evaluation of the Performance and Safety of a Medical Device Developed to Improve the Reading of Dyslexic Patients

The aim of this study is to evaluate the efficacy and safety of a new medical device on the improvement of reading skills of dyslexic patients.

Study of Rivaroxaban for CeREbral Venous Thrombosis

SECRET examines the safety of rivaroxaban versus standard-of-care for treatment of symptomatic cerebral venous thrombosis, initiated within 14 days of diagnosis.

Therapy for Reading Problems in Adults After Brain Injury

Adults who sustain brain damage due to stroke, head injury, or traumatic surgery may develop difficulty reading. This study examines the effectiveness of behavior-based programs to improve reading ability in these individuals.

Developmental Language Difficulties: Behavioural and Electrophysiological Studies

This study will help to better characterize oral and written language disorders and determine if these disorders are continuous or not. The participants ( dyslexic and dysphasic patients and control adults) will carry out an auditory lexical decision task during which an electroencephalogram (EEG) will be recorded.

Application of 3D Printing Technique in Radical Gastrectomy With Leonardo da Vinci Robot

The incidence of gastric cancer is the highest in China, and surgery is one of the most effective treatment methods. Da Vinci robot radical gastrectomy for gastric cancer has the advantage of minimally invasive and fine operation. However, due to complicated perigastric anatomy, abundant blood supply and wide distribution of lymph nodes, it is widely used in clinical use of .Combine the 3D printing technique with imaging examination (digestive endoscopy,3Dct cta/ctv, etc.) ,mak...

Rhythmic Reading Training Compared to 'Abilmente' Method

The purpose of the present study is to compare the effectiveness of Rhythmic Reading Training (RRT), a computer-assisted intervention method that combines sublexical reading exercises with rhythm processing, and that of a multimodal intervention comprising different methodology, called 'Abilmente'. All interventions were delivered for a period ranging 1-2,5 months, in 60 minutes biweekly sessions.

Stroke in Egyptian Clinical REgisTry

This is a multi-institutional registry database for the patients with stroke and cerebrovascular diseases. Stroke is the second leading cause of death in the Egypt. Despite extensive research, most of the patients die or suffer from varying degree of post-stroke disabilities due to neurologic deficits. This registry aims to understand the disease and examine the disease dynamics at the National Level. additionally it aim to introduce an objective method for classifying the reg...

The Alouette Test in Parkinson Disease

Reading disorders in Parkinson's Disease (PD) are poorly evaluated due to the lack of validated tests to screen for them. They are often attributed to hand tremors associated with the disease. In this study, the investigating team evaluated the "alouette test" validated for dyslexia screening, in PD by comparing the results to healthy patients.

High Protein Diet Versus Normal Protein Diet in Treating Patients With Minimal Hepatic Encephalopathy

A total of 80 patients diagnosed with liver cirrhosis and minimal hepatic encephalopathy will be recruited. They will be randomized to receive high protein diet ( n = 40) and a normal protein diet ( n = 40 ) during one month. Randomization will be conducted by an external monitor and will keep the secret codes until the end of the study. All patients will be provided with structured menus and two snacks a day as an amaranth protein supplement. The supplement will content the s...

Neuroplasticity of Multisensory Cortical Areas Induced by Musical Training: a Translational Approach (MusicPlast)

Exploiting recent methodological advancements, several neuroimaging studies suggested that multisensory integration emerges from a dynamic interplay of distributed regions operating in large-scale networks. Nonetheless, the cortical structures and neuronal networks underlying the development of multisensory perception and plasticity, throughout the life span, have not yet been studied in detail. A special case of multisensory training is musical training, which utilizes stimulu...

Treatment of Anal Fissure by Activated Human Macrophages

Chronic anal fissure is a linear tear in the distal anal canal. Most chronic fissures require intervention to heal. Surgical sphincterotomy is currently performed. However, the procedure permanently weakens the internal sphincter and may be associated with permanent complications such as incontinence. Current topical treatment or " chemical sphincterotomy" is effective in the short term for about 70% of the patient more than 50% of them will suffer from recurrence. Number of st...

The Effectiveness of Neuropsychological Rehabilitation in Young Dyslexic Adults

The purpose of this study is to determine whether individual and/ group based neuropsychological rehabilitation focused on psychoeducation and teaching compensatory strategies has positive effects on the psychosocial wellbeing and perceived cognitive deficits in dyslexic young adults. The hypothesis is that both individual and group based neuropsychological rehabilitation show positive effects on the psychosocial wellbeing and perceived cognitive deficits. Another purpose of th...

Selection Criteria in Endovascular Thrombectomy and Thrombolytic Therapy (SECRET) Study: Development of Patient Selection Criteria Using CT Images and Accompanying Diseases for Efficient Intravenous Thrombolytic and Intra-arterial Recanalization Therapy i

Use of intravenous (IV) thrombolysis and intra-arterial (IA) recanalization treatment has been rapidly increasing, However, despite of the treatment, recanalization rates are 22.6 - 70% and only 30-50% of patients show meaningful clinical improvements. Mechanisms of futile recanalization may include 1) large ischemic core, 2) poor collateral, and 3) presence of comorbidity. In this regards, developing selection criteria using acute stroke imaging and comorbidity is warranted. ...

Brain Imaging of Childhood Onset Psychiatric Disorders, Endocrine Disorders and Healthy Children

Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) unlike X-rays and CT-scans does not use radiation to create a picture. MRI use as the name implies, magnetism to create pictures with excellent anatomical resolution. Functional MRIs are diagnostic tests that allow doctors to not only view anatomy, but physiology and function. It is for these reasons that MRIs are excellent methods for studying the brain. In this study, researchers will use MRIs to assess brain anatomy and function in normal...

Sanitation Demand Creation in Peri-Urban Slums of Lusaka, Zambia

This intervention will experimentally test the hypothesis that sanitation can be improved in a peri-urban setting using state-of-the-art behaviour change communications. Formative research indicated that landlords are the effective decision-makers about investments in sanitation on their plots (which can include a number of tenant households as well). Landlords will therefore be the primary targets of the intervention. The study will take the form of a randomized controlled tr...

Environmental Polymorphisms Registry

This study conducted by the NIEHS and the University of North Carolina Medical Center will create and maintain a biorespository containing the genetic material (DNA) from up to 20,000 individuals recruited from North Carolina. These samples will allow scientists to look for differences in each individual's DNA. These differences are not known to be associated with any condition or disease to date, but the purpose of the study is test these differences for possible susceptibili...

Thyroid Cancer and (FDG)PET/CT Scan

Background and Rational (Introduction) Differentiated thyroid carcinoma (DTC) have favorable prognosis. Overall 10-year survival is 93% for papillary carcinoma, and 85% for follicular carcinoma(1). After total thyroidectomy followed by radioiodine remnant ablation, DTC patients are screened for recurrence by measuring the levels of both Tg and TgAb and I-131 whole body scan (WBS) in the follow-up (2) It is reported that elevated TgAb may indicate the recurrent and/or me...

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Efferocytosis and Genomic Polymorphism in Autoimmune Diseases

Over the past few years, growing evidences revealed that clearance of apoptotic cells by phagocytosis can result in powerful anti-inflammatory and immunosuppressive effects. In vivo, apoptotic cells are cleared rapidly by neighboring cells, macrophages and related scavengers. Defective clearance of apoptotic cells has been linked closely to autoimmunity and persistent inflammatory disease. Several phagocytic receptors, bridging molecules produced by phagocytes and 'eat-me' sign...

Surgical Techniques in Arthroplasty of the Knee (STArK) 1 Trial

Study Background Osteoarthritis of the knee is a common degenerative musculoskeletal condition which affects nearly five million people in the United Kingdom. Some patients will require total knee replacement surgery if their symptoms of pain and disability are not controlled adequately by so-called 'conservative' measures such as weight-loss, activity modification and analgesic (pain-killer) medication. Over the past ten years our understanding of pain-relief strategies durin...

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