Spanish translation and linguistic validation of the North Star Ambulatory Assessment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy functional evaluation
CONCLUSION: Our study has resulted in a convenient and reliable instrument for the quantification of functional abilities in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy in Spain. Our innovations in methods and our results could be used as a suggested template for the North Star Ambulatory Assessment linguistic validation in other languages.PMID:33978227 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020604 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: J Medina-Cantillo O Moya-Arcos N Padr ós-Domingo S Roca-Urraca M Vigo-Morancho S Mas Source Type: research

Brain activity in well-controlled perinatally HIV-infected young adults: a fMRI pilot study
CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that neural activity through fMRI in PHIV adolescents with good daily functioning and good immunovirological control may be similar to their peers.PMID:33978228 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020536 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M Mart ín Bejarano-García B Ruiz-S áez B Zamora A Mart ínez de Aragón C Garc ía-Navarro S Jim énez-de Ory C Velo J T Ramos T Sainz L Escosa N N úñez-Enamorado C Stephan-Otto M L Navarro M I Gonz ález-Tomé Source Type: research

Delayed administration of thrombolytic therapy in minor stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The presence of few symptoms in minor strokes can make them difficult to recognise and could be a reason for delaying treatment. Training among staff caring for these patients is essential to improve this aspect.PMID:33978229 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020510 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: S P érez-Sánchez A Barrag án-Prieto J A S ánchez-Miura A Dom ínguez-Mayoral R de Torres-Chac ón M A Gamero-Garc ía J L G álvez-San Román J Herrero-Lara M Garrido-Castilla L Cueto C Navarro-Bustos J Montaner Source Type: research

Dual performance paradigms: their conceptual aspects
CONCLUSIONS: Dual tasks are an efficient tool for detecting mild cognitive impairment, as well as an ideal paradigm for rehabilitation intervention, given the increased attentional resources and executive functions involved in performing them. Neuroimaging can be a valuable tool that makes it possible to: a) locate the cognitive, motor and/or perceptual processes involved in the different dual performance paradigms; b) characterise the responses and function of specific brain signals in each of the tasks, and c) relate changes in neural activity to the efficacy of different intervention programmes.PMID:33978230 | DOI:10.33...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Piqueres-Juan J Tirapu-Ust árroz M Garc ía-Sala Source Type: research

Drug-induced mania and hypomania: analysis of a case of lamotrigine-induced mania
CONCLUSION: Although lamotrigine-induced manifest symptoms have been previously documented, it is important to take this adverse effect into account, given the affective and behavioral repercussions. Further studies are needed to understand the bilateral relationship of this effect from a clinical and neurobiological point of view.PMID:33978231 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2021082 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Pereira-Pinto R F Palma- Álvarez G Ortega-Hern ández L Grau-L ópez J A Ramos-Quiroga Source Type: research

Spanish translation and linguistic validation of the North Star Ambulatory Assessment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy functional evaluation
CONCLUSION: Our study has resulted in a convenient and reliable instrument for the quantification of functional abilities in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy in Spain. Our innovations in methods and our results could be used as a suggested template for the North Star Ambulatory Assessment linguistic validation in other languages.PMID:33978227 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020604 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: J Medina-Cantillo O Moya-Arcos N Padr ós-Domingo S Roca-Urraca M Vigo-Morancho S Mas Source Type: research

Brain activity in well-controlled perinatally HIV-infected young adults: a fMRI pilot study
CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that neural activity through fMRI in PHIV adolescents with good daily functioning and good immunovirological control may be similar to their peers.PMID:33978228 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020536 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M Mart ín Bejarano-García B Ruiz-S áez B Zamora A Mart ínez de Aragón C Garc ía-Navarro S Jim énez-de Ory C Velo J T Ramos T Sainz L Escosa N N úñez-Enamorado C Stephan-Otto M L Navarro M I Gonz ález-Tomé Source Type: research

Delayed administration of thrombolytic therapy in minor stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The presence of few symptoms in minor strokes can make them difficult to recognise and could be a reason for delaying treatment. Training among staff caring for these patients is essential to improve this aspect.PMID:33978229 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020510 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: S P érez-Sánchez A Barrag án-Prieto J A S ánchez-Miura A Dom ínguez-Mayoral R de Torres-Chac ón M A Gamero-Garc ía J L G álvez-San Román J Herrero-Lara M Garrido-Castilla L Cueto C Navarro-Bustos J Montaner Source Type: research

Dual performance paradigms: their conceptual aspects
CONCLUSIONS: Dual tasks are an efficient tool for detecting mild cognitive impairment, as well as an ideal paradigm for rehabilitation intervention, given the increased attentional resources and executive functions involved in performing them. Neuroimaging can be a valuable tool that makes it possible to: a) locate the cognitive, motor and/or perceptual processes involved in the different dual performance paradigms; b) characterise the responses and function of specific brain signals in each of the tasks, and c) relate changes in neural activity to the efficacy of different intervention programmes.PMID:33978230 | DOI:10.33...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Piqueres-Juan J Tirapu-Ust árroz M Garc ía-Sala Source Type: research

Drug-induced mania and hypomania: analysis of a case of lamotrigine-induced mania
CONCLUSION: Although lamotrigine-induced manifest symptoms have been previously documented, it is important to take this adverse effect into account, given the affective and behavioral repercussions. Further studies are needed to understand the bilateral relationship of this effect from a clinical and neurobiological point of view.PMID:33978231 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2021082 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Pereira-Pinto R F Palma- Álvarez G Ortega-Hern ández L Grau-L ópez J A Ramos-Quiroga Source Type: research

Spanish translation and linguistic validation of the North Star Ambulatory Assessment for Duchenne muscular dystrophy functional evaluation
CONCLUSION: Our study has resulted in a convenient and reliable instrument for the quantification of functional abilities in boys with Duchenne muscular dystrophy in Spain. Our innovations in methods and our results could be used as a suggested template for the North Star Ambulatory Assessment linguistic validation in other languages.PMID:33978227 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020604 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: J Medina-Cantillo O Moya-Arcos N Padr ós-Domingo S Roca-Urraca M Vigo-Morancho S Mas Source Type: research

Brain activity in well-controlled perinatally HIV-infected young adults: a fMRI pilot study
CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that neural activity through fMRI in PHIV adolescents with good daily functioning and good immunovirological control may be similar to their peers.PMID:33978228 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020536 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M Mart ín Bejarano-García B Ruiz-S áez B Zamora A Mart ínez de Aragón C Garc ía-Navarro S Jim énez-de Ory C Velo J T Ramos T Sainz L Escosa N N úñez-Enamorado C Stephan-Otto M L Navarro M I Gonz ález-Tomé Source Type: research

Delayed administration of thrombolytic therapy in minor stroke
CONCLUSIONS: The presence of few symptoms in minor strokes can make them difficult to recognise and could be a reason for delaying treatment. Training among staff caring for these patients is essential to improve this aspect.PMID:33978229 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2020510 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: S P érez-Sánchez A Barrag án-Prieto J A S ánchez-Miura A Dom ínguez-Mayoral R de Torres-Chac ón M A Gamero-Garc ía J L G álvez-San Román J Herrero-Lara M Garrido-Castilla L Cueto C Navarro-Bustos J Montaner Source Type: research

Dual performance paradigms: their conceptual aspects
CONCLUSIONS: Dual tasks are an efficient tool for detecting mild cognitive impairment, as well as an ideal paradigm for rehabilitation intervention, given the increased attentional resources and executive functions involved in performing them. Neuroimaging can be a valuable tool that makes it possible to: a) locate the cognitive, motor and/or perceptual processes involved in the different dual performance paradigms; b) characterise the responses and function of specific brain signals in each of the tasks, and c) relate changes in neural activity to the efficacy of different intervention programmes.PMID:33978230 | DOI:10.33...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Piqueres-Juan J Tirapu-Ust árroz M Garc ía-Sala Source Type: research

Drug-induced mania and hypomania: analysis of a case of lamotrigine-induced mania
CONCLUSION: Although lamotrigine-induced manifest symptoms have been previously documented, it is important to take this adverse effect into account, given the affective and behavioral repercussions. Further studies are needed to understand the bilateral relationship of this effect from a clinical and neurobiological point of view.PMID:33978231 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7210.2021082 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - May 12, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Pereira-Pinto R F Palma- Álvarez G Ortega-Hern ández L Grau-L ópez J A Ramos-Quiroga Source Type: research

New therapeutic approach in Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome with cannabidiol
CONCLUSIONS: Cannabidiol is positioned as an innovative therapy that allows better control of epileptic seizures and comorbidities of DS and LGS, furthermore its efficacy and safety have been evaluated in more than 700 patients. In CTs, cannabidiol significantly reduced the percentage of convulsive seizures and drop seizures compared to placebo in patients with DS and LGS respectively, which could improve their quality of life and that of their family members. The most frequent adverse effects reported were somnolence and decreased appetite. Elevated liver aminotransferase levels were also reported, especially in patients ...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: V Villanueva M Carre ño-Martínez A Gil Nagel-Rein F J L ópez-González Source Type: research

Brief visuospatial memory test-revised (BVMT-R): normalization and standardization for Spanish population
CONCLUSION: The study provides standardized and normalized data for the BVMT-R taking into account the Spanish sociodemographic characteristics. The results confirm the in?uence of age and level of education in the performance of the test, so normative data are provided to correct the BVMT-R taking into account these characteristics.PMID:33908616 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020527 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: O S áez-Atxukarro R Del Pino J Pe ña D J Schretlen N Ibarretxe-Bilbao N Ojeda Source Type: research

From in-person didactic sessions to videoconferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic: satisfaction survey among participants
CONCLUSIONS: The change from in-person to virtual sessions is an easy measure to implement in a neurology department, with a good degree of satisfaction among users. There are some unsolved problems with the use of commercial web platforms and inter-hospital connection. Most users recommend leadership and support from educational and health authorities.PMID:33908617 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020664 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Villarejo-Galende F J Azc árate-Díaz M I Laespada-Garc ía P R ábano-Suárez M Ruiz-Ortiz C Dom ínguez-González P Calleja-Casta ño A Mart ínez-Salio S Moreno-Garc ía D A P érez-Martínez Source Type: research

Update on vesical electrostimulation and neuropatic bladder in pediatrics: A sistematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Given the potential risk of renal failure presented by paediatric patients with neurogenic bladder, the therapeutic alternatives used in the management of this disease must have a proven efficacy. For this reason, and after the review, due the absence of evidence regarding bladder electrotherapy in this group of patients, its use should be limited and exceptional. Bladder neuromodulation has emerged as a new alternative in the management of adult patients with bladder dysfunctions of neuropathic origin. Despite the fact that numerous studies have proven the efficacy and safety of this therapy in this age group...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Casal-Beloy M A Garc ía-Novoa M Garc ía-González B Acea-Nebril I Somoza-Argibay Source Type: research

Apomorphine: a powerful ally in Parkinson's disease
CONCLUSIONS: Apomorphine is a unique drug in the PD treatment scenario, with a number of potential applications beyond motor fluctuations control. Acknowledging these properties, selecting the patient most likely to benefit from it and finding the right timing may be key in the symptomatic control of this complex disease.PMID:33908619 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020658 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Alonso-Canovas J C Mart ínez-Castrillo Source Type: research

Intraparenchymal hemorrhage related to cerebral venous air embolism secondary to mesenteric ischemia
CONCLUSIONS: Mesenteric ischaemia can cause significant pneumatosis intestinalis, which, by a retrograde mechanism through the portal system, can cause air bubbles to reach the cerebral venous system, leading to acute stroke.PMID:33908620 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020652 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M T Alba-Isasi J V ázquez-Lorenzo I S ánchez-Serrano B Escribano-Paredes Source Type: research

New therapeutic approach in Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome with cannabidiol
CONCLUSIONS: Cannabidiol is positioned as an innovative therapy that allows better control of epileptic seizures and comorbidities of DS and LGS, furthermore its efficacy and safety have been evaluated in more than 700 patients. In CTs, cannabidiol significantly reduced the percentage of convulsive seizures and drop seizures compared to placebo in patients with DS and LGS respectively, which could improve their quality of life and that of their family members. The most frequent adverse effects reported were somnolence and decreased appetite. Elevated liver aminotransferase levels were also reported, especially in patients ...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: V Villanueva M Carre ño-Martínez A Gil Nagel-Rein F J L ópez-González Source Type: research

Brief visuospatial memory test-revised (BVMT-R): normalization and standardization for Spanish population
CONCLUSION: The study provides standardized and normalized data for the BVMT-R taking into account the Spanish sociodemographic characteristics. The results confirm the in?uence of age and level of education in the performance of the test, so normative data are provided to correct the BVMT-R taking into account these characteristics.PMID:33908616 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020527 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: O S áez-Atxukarro R Del Pino J Pe ña D J Schretlen N Ibarretxe-Bilbao N Ojeda Source Type: research

From in-person didactic sessions to videoconferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic: satisfaction survey among participants
CONCLUSIONS: The change from in-person to virtual sessions is an easy measure to implement in a neurology department, with a good degree of satisfaction among users. There are some unsolved problems with the use of commercial web platforms and inter-hospital connection. Most users recommend leadership and support from educational and health authorities.PMID:33908617 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020664 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Villarejo-Galende F J Azc árate-Díaz M I Laespada-Garc ía P R ábano-Suárez M Ruiz-Ortiz C Dom ínguez-González P Calleja-Casta ño A Mart ínez-Salio S Moreno-Garc ía D A P érez-Martínez Source Type: research

Update on vesical electrostimulation and neuropatic bladder in pediatrics: A sistematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Given the potential risk of renal failure presented by paediatric patients with neurogenic bladder, the therapeutic alternatives used in the management of this disease must have a proven efficacy. For this reason, and after the review, due the absence of evidence regarding bladder electrotherapy in this group of patients, its use should be limited and exceptional. Bladder neuromodulation has emerged as a new alternative in the management of adult patients with bladder dysfunctions of neuropathic origin. Despite the fact that numerous studies have proven the efficacy and safety of this therapy in this age group...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Casal-Beloy M A Garc ía-Novoa M Garc ía-González B Acea-Nebril I Somoza-Argibay Source Type: research

Apomorphine: a powerful ally in Parkinson's disease
CONCLUSIONS: Apomorphine is a unique drug in the PD treatment scenario, with a number of potential applications beyond motor fluctuations control. Acknowledging these properties, selecting the patient most likely to benefit from it and finding the right timing may be key in the symptomatic control of this complex disease.PMID:33908619 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020658 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Alonso-Canovas J C Mart ínez-Castrillo Source Type: research

Intraparenchymal hemorrhage related to cerebral venous air embolism secondary to mesenteric ischemia
CONCLUSIONS: Mesenteric ischaemia can cause significant pneumatosis intestinalis, which, by a retrograde mechanism through the portal system, can cause air bubbles to reach the cerebral venous system, leading to acute stroke.PMID:33908620 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020652 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M T Alba-Isasi J V ázquez-Lorenzo I S ánchez-Serrano B Escribano-Paredes Source Type: research

New therapeutic approach in Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome with cannabidiol
CONCLUSIONS: Cannabidiol is positioned as an innovative therapy that allows better control of epileptic seizures and comorbidities of DS and LGS, furthermore its efficacy and safety have been evaluated in more than 700 patients. In CTs, cannabidiol significantly reduced the percentage of convulsive seizures and drop seizures compared to placebo in patients with DS and LGS respectively, which could improve their quality of life and that of their family members. The most frequent adverse effects reported were somnolence and decreased appetite. Elevated liver aminotransferase levels were also reported, especially in patients ...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: V Villanueva M Carre ño-Martínez A Gil Nagel-Rein F J L ópez-González Source Type: research

Brief visuospatial memory test-revised (BVMT-R): normalization and standardization for Spanish population
CONCLUSION: The study provides standardized and normalized data for the BVMT-R taking into account the Spanish sociodemographic characteristics. The results confirm the in?uence of age and level of education in the performance of the test, so normative data are provided to correct the BVMT-R taking into account these characteristics.PMID:33908616 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020527 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: O S áez-Atxukarro R Del Pino J Pe ña D J Schretlen N Ibarretxe-Bilbao N Ojeda Source Type: research

From in-person didactic sessions to videoconferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic: satisfaction survey among participants
CONCLUSIONS: The change from in-person to virtual sessions is an easy measure to implement in a neurology department, with a good degree of satisfaction among users. There are some unsolved problems with the use of commercial web platforms and inter-hospital connection. Most users recommend leadership and support from educational and health authorities.PMID:33908617 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020664 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Villarejo-Galende F J Azc árate-Díaz M I Laespada-Garc ía P R ábano-Suárez M Ruiz-Ortiz C Dom ínguez-González P Calleja-Casta ño A Mart ínez-Salio S Moreno-Garc ía D A P érez-Martínez Source Type: research

Update on vesical electrostimulation and neuropatic bladder in pediatrics: A sistematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Given the potential risk of renal failure presented by paediatric patients with neurogenic bladder, the therapeutic alternatives used in the management of this disease must have a proven efficacy. For this reason, and after the review, due the absence of evidence regarding bladder electrotherapy in this group of patients, its use should be limited and exceptional. Bladder neuromodulation has emerged as a new alternative in the management of adult patients with bladder dysfunctions of neuropathic origin. Despite the fact that numerous studies have proven the efficacy and safety of this therapy in this age group...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Casal-Beloy M A Garc ía-Novoa M Garc ía-González B Acea-Nebril I Somoza-Argibay Source Type: research

Apomorphine: a powerful ally in Parkinson's disease
CONCLUSIONS: Apomorphine is a unique drug in the PD treatment scenario, with a number of potential applications beyond motor fluctuations control. Acknowledging these properties, selecting the patient most likely to benefit from it and finding the right timing may be key in the symptomatic control of this complex disease.PMID:33908619 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020658 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Alonso-Canovas J C Mart ínez-Castrillo Source Type: research

Intraparenchymal hemorrhage related to cerebral venous air embolism secondary to mesenteric ischemia
CONCLUSIONS: Mesenteric ischaemia can cause significant pneumatosis intestinalis, which, by a retrograde mechanism through the portal system, can cause air bubbles to reach the cerebral venous system, leading to acute stroke.PMID:33908620 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020652 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M T Alba-Isasi J V ázquez-Lorenzo I S ánchez-Serrano B Escribano-Paredes Source Type: research

New therapeutic approach in Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome with cannabidiol
CONCLUSIONS: Cannabidiol is positioned as an innovative therapy that allows better control of epileptic seizures and comorbidities of DS and LGS, furthermore its efficacy and safety have been evaluated in more than 700 patients. In CTs, cannabidiol significantly reduced the percentage of convulsive seizures and drop seizures compared to placebo in patients with DS and LGS respectively, which could improve their quality of life and that of their family members. The most frequent adverse effects reported were somnolence and decreased appetite. Elevated liver aminotransferase levels were also reported, especially in patients ...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: V Villanueva M Carre ño-Martínez A Gil Nagel-Rein F J L ópez-González Source Type: research

Brief visuospatial memory test-revised (BVMT-R): normalization and standardization for Spanish population
CONCLUSION: The study provides standardized and normalized data for the BVMT-R taking into account the Spanish sociodemographic characteristics. The results confirm the in?uence of age and level of education in the performance of the test, so normative data are provided to correct the BVMT-R taking into account these characteristics.PMID:33908616 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020527 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: O S áez-Atxukarro R Del Pino J Pe ña D J Schretlen N Ibarretxe-Bilbao N Ojeda Source Type: research

From in-person didactic sessions to videoconferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic: satisfaction survey among participants
CONCLUSIONS: The change from in-person to virtual sessions is an easy measure to implement in a neurology department, with a good degree of satisfaction among users. There are some unsolved problems with the use of commercial web platforms and inter-hospital connection. Most users recommend leadership and support from educational and health authorities.PMID:33908617 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020664 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Villarejo-Galende F J Azc árate-Díaz M I Laespada-Garc ía P R ábano-Suárez M Ruiz-Ortiz C Dom ínguez-González P Calleja-Casta ño A Mart ínez-Salio S Moreno-Garc ía D A P érez-Martínez Source Type: research

Update on vesical electrostimulation and neuropatic bladder in pediatrics: A sistematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Given the potential risk of renal failure presented by paediatric patients with neurogenic bladder, the therapeutic alternatives used in the management of this disease must have a proven efficacy. For this reason, and after the review, due the absence of evidence regarding bladder electrotherapy in this group of patients, its use should be limited and exceptional. Bladder neuromodulation has emerged as a new alternative in the management of adult patients with bladder dysfunctions of neuropathic origin. Despite the fact that numerous studies have proven the efficacy and safety of this therapy in this age group...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Casal-Beloy M A Garc ía-Novoa M Garc ía-González B Acea-Nebril I Somoza-Argibay Source Type: research

Apomorphine: a powerful ally in Parkinson's disease
CONCLUSIONS: Apomorphine is a unique drug in the PD treatment scenario, with a number of potential applications beyond motor fluctuations control. Acknowledging these properties, selecting the patient most likely to benefit from it and finding the right timing may be key in the symptomatic control of this complex disease.PMID:33908619 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020658 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Alonso-Canovas J C Mart ínez-Castrillo Source Type: research

Intraparenchymal hemorrhage related to cerebral venous air embolism secondary to mesenteric ischemia
CONCLUSIONS: Mesenteric ischaemia can cause significant pneumatosis intestinalis, which, by a retrograde mechanism through the portal system, can cause air bubbles to reach the cerebral venous system, leading to acute stroke.PMID:33908620 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020652 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M T Alba-Isasi J V ázquez-Lorenzo I S ánchez-Serrano B Escribano-Paredes Source Type: research

New therapeutic approach in Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome with cannabidiol
CONCLUSIONS: Cannabidiol is positioned as an innovative therapy that allows better control of epileptic seizures and comorbidities of DS and LGS, furthermore its efficacy and safety have been evaluated in more than 700 patients. In CTs, cannabidiol significantly reduced the percentage of convulsive seizures and drop seizures compared to placebo in patients with DS and LGS respectively, which could improve their quality of life and that of their family members. The most frequent adverse effects reported were somnolence and decreased appetite. Elevated liver aminotransferase levels were also reported, especially in patients ...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: V Villanueva M Carre ño-Martínez A Gil Nagel-Rein F J L ópez-González Source Type: research

Brief visuospatial memory test-revised (BVMT-R): normalization and standardization for Spanish population
CONCLUSION: The study provides standardized and normalized data for the BVMT-R taking into account the Spanish sociodemographic characteristics. The results confirm the in?uence of age and level of education in the performance of the test, so normative data are provided to correct the BVMT-R taking into account these characteristics.PMID:33908616 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020527 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: O S áez-Atxukarro R Del Pino J Pe ña D J Schretlen N Ibarretxe-Bilbao N Ojeda Source Type: research

From in-person didactic sessions to videoconferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic: satisfaction survey among participants
CONCLUSIONS: The change from in-person to virtual sessions is an easy measure to implement in a neurology department, with a good degree of satisfaction among users. There are some unsolved problems with the use of commercial web platforms and inter-hospital connection. Most users recommend leadership and support from educational and health authorities.PMID:33908617 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020664 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Villarejo-Galende F J Azc árate-Díaz M I Laespada-Garc ía P R ábano-Suárez M Ruiz-Ortiz C Dom ínguez-González P Calleja-Casta ño A Mart ínez-Salio S Moreno-Garc ía D A P érez-Martínez Source Type: research

Update on vesical electrostimulation and neuropatic bladder in pediatrics: A sistematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Given the potential risk of renal failure presented by paediatric patients with neurogenic bladder, the therapeutic alternatives used in the management of this disease must have a proven efficacy. For this reason, and after the review, due the absence of evidence regarding bladder electrotherapy in this group of patients, its use should be limited and exceptional. Bladder neuromodulation has emerged as a new alternative in the management of adult patients with bladder dysfunctions of neuropathic origin. Despite the fact that numerous studies have proven the efficacy and safety of this therapy in this age group...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Casal-Beloy M A Garc ía-Novoa M Garc ía-González B Acea-Nebril I Somoza-Argibay Source Type: research

Apomorphine: a powerful ally in Parkinson's disease
CONCLUSIONS: Apomorphine is a unique drug in the PD treatment scenario, with a number of potential applications beyond motor fluctuations control. Acknowledging these properties, selecting the patient most likely to benefit from it and finding the right timing may be key in the symptomatic control of this complex disease.PMID:33908619 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020658 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Alonso-Canovas J C Mart ínez-Castrillo Source Type: research

Intraparenchymal hemorrhage related to cerebral venous air embolism secondary to mesenteric ischemia
CONCLUSIONS: Mesenteric ischaemia can cause significant pneumatosis intestinalis, which, by a retrograde mechanism through the portal system, can cause air bubbles to reach the cerebral venous system, leading to acute stroke.PMID:33908620 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020652 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: M T Alba-Isasi J V ázquez-Lorenzo I S ánchez-Serrano B Escribano-Paredes Source Type: research

New therapeutic approach in Dravet syndrome and Lennox-Gastaut syndrome with cannabidiol
CONCLUSIONS: Cannabidiol is positioned as an innovative therapy that allows better control of epileptic seizures and comorbidities of DS and LGS, furthermore its efficacy and safety have been evaluated in more than 700 patients. In CTs, cannabidiol significantly reduced the percentage of convulsive seizures and drop seizures compared to placebo in patients with DS and LGS respectively, which could improve their quality of life and that of their family members. The most frequent adverse effects reported were somnolence and decreased appetite. Elevated liver aminotransferase levels were also reported, especially in patients ...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: V Villanueva M Carre ño-Martínez A Gil Nagel-Rein F J L ópez-González Source Type: research

Brief visuospatial memory test-revised (BVMT-R): normalization and standardization for Spanish population
CONCLUSION: The study provides standardized and normalized data for the BVMT-R taking into account the Spanish sociodemographic characteristics. The results confirm the in?uence of age and level of education in the performance of the test, so normative data are provided to correct the BVMT-R taking into account these characteristics.PMID:33908616 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020527 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: O S áez-Atxukarro R Del Pino J Pe ña D J Schretlen N Ibarretxe-Bilbao N Ojeda Source Type: research

From in-person didactic sessions to videoconferencing during the COVID-19 pandemic: satisfaction survey among participants
CONCLUSIONS: The change from in-person to virtual sessions is an easy measure to implement in a neurology department, with a good degree of satisfaction among users. There are some unsolved problems with the use of commercial web platforms and inter-hospital connection. Most users recommend leadership and support from educational and health authorities.PMID:33908617 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020664 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Villarejo-Galende F J Azc árate-Díaz M I Laespada-Garc ía P R ábano-Suárez M Ruiz-Ortiz C Dom ínguez-González P Calleja-Casta ño A Mart ínez-Salio S Moreno-Garc ía D A P érez-Martínez Source Type: research

Update on vesical electrostimulation and neuropatic bladder in pediatrics: A sistematic review
CONCLUSIONS: Given the potential risk of renal failure presented by paediatric patients with neurogenic bladder, the therapeutic alternatives used in the management of this disease must have a proven efficacy. For this reason, and after the review, due the absence of evidence regarding bladder electrotherapy in this group of patients, its use should be limited and exceptional. Bladder neuromodulation has emerged as a new alternative in the management of adult patients with bladder dysfunctions of neuropathic origin. Despite the fact that numerous studies have proven the efficacy and safety of this therapy in this age group...
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: I Casal-Beloy M A Garc ía-Novoa M Garc ía-González B Acea-Nebril I Somoza-Argibay Source Type: research

Apomorphine: a powerful ally in Parkinson's disease
CONCLUSIONS: Apomorphine is a unique drug in the PD treatment scenario, with a number of potential applications beyond motor fluctuations control. Acknowledging these properties, selecting the patient most likely to benefit from it and finding the right timing may be key in the symptomatic control of this complex disease.PMID:33908619 | DOI:10.33588/rn.7209.2020658 (Source: Revista de Neurologia)
Source: Revista de Neurologia - April 28, 2021 Category: Neurology Authors: A Alonso-Canovas J C Mart ínez-Castrillo Source Type: research