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Friday 24th November 2017

Impact of the Central Blood Pressure Level in Cerebral Metabolic Aging: a 18F-FDG PET Study.

Cerebral glycolytic metabolism can be quantified by quantitative analysis of 18F-Fluorodeoxyglucose (18F-FDG) Positron Emission Tomography (PET). This allows to identify neurological diseases at an early stage of functional abnormalities, before any anatomical lesions, and to differentiate them from the "normal" brain aging. Aging mainly leads to atrophy with a decrease in cerebral metabolism in the prefrontal cortex, with consequent deterioration of cognitive processes, in par...


Brain Metastases in Norway

The overall aim and primary outcome of this study will be a descriptive analysis of the current treatment practice of BM in Norway. Specifically, it may give answers to the following research questions: - What is the true incidence of BM in Norway? - How are patients with BM treated at present? - Do treatments differ between hospitals? - How do treatments impact quality of life of the patients? - Which factors (treatment, tumor and host variables...

Dietary Intervention With Brain-friendly Diet

To evaluate the effect of dietary intervention on metabolic risk profile, and on potential simultaneous changes in physiological and cognitive functions and to collect a unique database using state-of-the-art technologies on variables related to the above mentioned areas.


Motor Learning in People With Cerebral Palsy by Using Virtual Reality.

Cerebral Palsy (CP) is a group of permanent disorders that affect movement and posture due to a non-progressive lesion in the immature brain occurring in fetal brain development or in infancy. These disorders are often associated with changes in sensation, learning, body perception, communication and behavior. People with CP present variable difficulties in muscle action. With increasing access to computer-aided accessibility, rehabilitation programs have increasingly used virt...

Integrated Cognitive, Sensory, and Motor Rehabilitation of Hand Functions

This study evaulates the addition to the standard theraphy of enriched sensorimotor training by means of robotic glove therapy, or functional electrical stimulation in the treatment of chronic stroke patients with upper limb motor impairments. All the patients receive the conventional physiotherapic treatment. Supplemental to the conventional treatment, patients are evenly split in four groups to provide different treatments for an equivalent amount of time. Patient in the firs...

Visual Restoration for Hemianopia

The purpose of this research is to assess the efficacy of a visual training task on reducing the size of a visual field deficit caused by brain damage in adults, and its ability to improve visual functions in this patient population.

Neuromodulation With Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) to Control Excess Weight

The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of noninvasive neuromodulation with transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) aimed at enhancing the excitability of the left prefrontal cortex in middle-aged women with excess body weight. This is a randomized, parallel, double-blind study with a duration of 4 weeks. Outcome measures will include changes in performance in a computerized task assessing executive functions, subjective measures of food craving and appetite ...

Wednesday 22nd November 2017

Silver Doped Ceramic Coated Orthopedic Implants

In this study, CE (European Conformity) marked, domestic manufactured standard orthopedic implants will be used after silver HA coating with electrospray method in 30 patients requiring hip joint prostheses, intramedullary nails or external fixator in 30 patients to antimicrobial effectiveness. These patients will be tasted for liver and kidney functions and blood and urine silver levels in addition to routine tests such as full blood, complete biochemistry, C-reactive protein,...

Tuesday 21st November 2017

Lexical Priming by Music in Alzheimer's Disease and Healthy Aging

While verbal memory is quickly reached in the wake of Alzheimer's disease, the musical memory remains preserved until a late stage of the disease. This observation encouraged the development of music-based therapies in the management of neurocognitive and behavioral disorders that characterize Alzheimer's disease. In order to develop rehabilitation programs that effectively target cognitive functions to stimulate, it is necessary to understand the mechanisms underlying this ben...

Influence of Emotions on Decision-making in Parkinson's Disease

Parkinson's disease mainly affects the dopaminergic neurons of the Substancia nigra, which project on the striatum. Neuronal death within this structure leads to a decrease in dopamine levels. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter essential to the proper functioning of the basal ganglia highly involved in the control of voluntary and involuntary movements. It also leads to cognitive and behavioral changes. Among these changes, the investigators will mainly remember the idea of the em...

Beyond Confounders: Addressing Source of Measurement Variability and Error in Shear Wave Elastography

Chronic liver disease is a major problem in the general population and there is an unmet need to diagnose(and screen) for liver disease with using noninvasive, cost-effective and sensitive techniques.The investigators hypothesize that variation using ultrasound elastography for the estimation of stage of liver fibrosis and steatosis in patients with diffuse liver disease exists due to different methods of measurements, and/or different systems. The proposed investigation is a c...

Effect of tDCS on Brain Organization and Motor Recovery

Neurological deficits and motor disorders are extremely common after stroke. Physical therapies can improve the autonomy of these patients, but despite an intensive stationary neurorehabilitation, severe deficits often persist. Complementary therapies that could improve recovery would therefore be very welcome. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) induces, in a non-invasive way, a transient inhibitory or excitatory neuromodulation of certain cerebral regions. An incr...

Using a Novel Functional MRI Technique to Evaluate for Neurotoxicity

The purpose of this study is to test resting state functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (rsfMRI) scans to see if rsfMRI scans are better than the standard task based fMRI scans at diagnosing or monitoring central nervous system lymphoma.

Monday 20th November 2017

Standard Amblyopia Therapy in Adult Amblyopes

Amblyopia is characterized by a reduction in visual acuity, contrast sensitivity, and binocular visual functions. The two main causes of amblyopia are anisometropia and strabismus which alter the synaptic connections between neurons along the visual pathway. Current treatment for amblyopia has indicated that the younger the amblyope, the greater the effect of treatment. The purpose of this study is to determine if standard amblyopia treatment improved visual acuity in adult amb...

Friday 17th November 2017

Metabolic Availability of Lysine From Millet in Adult Men

Protein is the key determinant of growth and bodily functions. The quality of food proteins depend on their amino acid content and the amount of amino acids used by the body to make proteins. Globally Cereal Grains (CG) provide 50% of the calories and protein in the diet and exceed 80% in poorer developing countries. In many of those countries, millet is the major cereal grain in the diet. The protein in millet is low in the essential amino acid lysine. Hence millet protein is ...

Tuesday 14th November 2017

the Cogmed Program for Youths With ADHD

The primary objective of this study was to examine the effects of the Cogmed training program on working memory among youths 7 to 13 years old, while controlling presence and presentation of ADHD-related comorbidity. A secondary objective was to examine the generalization of effects to ADHD symptoms, non-verbal reasoning, attentional and executive functions, motor impulsivity, reading comprehension, and mathematical reasoning. Participants were under pharmacological treatment f...

Monday 13th November 2017

Plastic vs. Fully Covered Self Expanding Stents (FCSEMS) for Treatment of Anastomotic Bile Leaks

Standard endoscopic management for anastomotic bile leaks following OLT has been endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP) with placement of a temporary plastic biliary endoprosthesis (stent) across the site of anastomotic leak. While this intervention carries a high rate of technical success, clinical success is not universal. An alternative to placement of a plastic biliary stent is placement of a fully covered self-expanding metal stent (FCSEMS). Whereas a plasti...

Neurobiological Effects of Work-related Adjustment Disorder

INTRODUCTION: Stress is one of the greatest burdens of our society and often imply impairments in cognitive and emotional functions. The investigators hypothesize that changes in the brain's dopamine(DA)-based mesocorticolimbic projections in patients with work-related stress (adjustment disorder) will manifest in altered glucose metabolism in relation to neural activity and altered DA radiotracer binding potential at neurotransmitter and receptor level. MATERIAL AND MET...

Playful Sensorimotor Training in Pediatric Brain Tumor Patients

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a highly prevalent and clinically relevant side-effect of cancer treatment. The severe symptoms such as loss of sensation, numbness, pain, absent reflexes or loss of balance control not only diminish children's quality of life but also affect the medical therapy. To date, there are no effective treatment options to reduce the symptoms of CIPN. Promising results have so far been achieved with specific exercise interventions. ...

Wednesday 8th November 2017

Cognitive Aspects of Response to Treatment for Weight-related Health to Improve Eating and Exercise Earlier in Life

We plan to examine whether child and parental cognitive/executive function predict body composition outcomes and adherence to a 6-month protocol of Family-Based Behavioral Treatment (FBT), for pediatric obesity. Our objectives are to: (1) examine the effects of parent and child complex cognitive functions on treatment outcomes and adherence in a 6-month FBT program for obesity in a diverse group of children aged 8-12 (total of 16 child-parent pairs), and (2) examine the strengt...

Molecular Mediators of Physical Exercise and Carnosine Induced Effects in Patients With Preclinical and Early Stage Neurodegenerative Disease

The purpose of this study is to investigate the beneficial effects of regular exercise and the impact of food supplement carnosine on cognitive, motoric and metabolic functions as well as on specific biologically active substances in volunteers with subjective (SCI) or mild (MCI) cognitive impairment, as well as in patients in early stages of Parkinson's disease. The investigators assume the immediate intervention-associated health benefit for volunteers.

Tuesday 7th November 2017

Smartphone Addiction and Its Effect on Mental Health: An Evidence Based Intervention for Amelioration

The use of Smartphone has been adopted faster than any other device in the history of digital electronics. Hence it is estimated that in 2016, 2.1 billion were found registered Smartphone users in the world and Pakistan was ranked 10th in the list of top 10 countries with largest number of mobile phone subscribers. Despite of its useful and timely utilization, the excessive use of Smartphone coerce the Individual to be dependent on the use of Smartphone psychologically and even...

Multisensory Perceptual Training in the Elderly

Aging impacts our unisensory perceptual abilities as well as our ability to correctly combine signals from multiple sensory modalities to obtain a coherent percept of external events. Elderly individuals show greater difficulty determining the temporal order of audiovisual events, and possess a broadened temporal binding window (TBW) during which stimuli from different modalities are likely to be integrated into a single perceptual entity. Recent studies demonstrate that the TB...

Sunday 5th November 2017

Central Executive Training (CET) for ADHD

The goal of the current project is to assess the efficacy of Central Executive Training (CET) for youth with ADHD. CET is a new, computerized training intervention that targets specific components of the working memory system. Two versions of CET were developed as part of our R34, each targeting a different combinations of executive functions. The final CET protocol reflects the contributions and feedback of a diverse group of caregivers, children with ADHD, and recognized expe...

Can Women Correctly Contract Their Pelvic Floor Muscles After to Receive Verbal Instructions and Vaginal Palpation?

The pelvic floor muscle training (PFMT) is a conservative treatment, currently considered as first line for women with stress urinary incontinence (SUI). However, in practice, about 30 to 50% of women are unable to perform the correct contraction of the pelvic floor muscles (PFMs). When requested to perform the muscle contraction, the contraction of the gluteal muscles, hip adductors, or abdominal muscles is observed initially, rather of contraction of the levator anus muscle. ...


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