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    Availability of DMD mRNA Transcripts Analysis in a patient with Dystrophinopathy having a Nonsense Mutation
    Authors: Yoko Narumi1,7, Noboru Fueki2, Yukiko Hayashi3, Naoko Shiba4, Ichizo Nishino3, Yuji Inaba4, Tomoki Kosho1, Yoshimitsu Fukushima1 and Akinori Nakamura5,6*
    Abstract: Nonsense mutations in the DMD gene account for approximately 15% mutations in patients with dystrophinopathy and usually result in the Duchenne muscular dystorophy (DMD) phenotype.
    Determining the Long-Term Use of Antiepileptic Medications in Patients with Posterior Reversible Encephalopathy Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of the Literature
    Authors: Lina B. Rodriguez Rosario and Ramon Edmundo D. Bautista*
    Abstract: To discuss the long-term use of antiepileptic drugs (AED) in patients with posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome (PRES).
    Pediatric Astrocytoma Causing Intractable Epilepsy
    Authors: Osman Farooq*, Michelle Hartley-McAndrew, Aurangzeb Memon,and Arie Weinstock
    Abstract: Intractable epilepsy can stem from numerous causes, including brain tumors. Here we describe an unusual presentation of a child with medically refractory epilepsy and developmental delay.
    Virtual Reality Arm Supported Training Reduces Motor Impairment In Two Patients with Severe Hemiparesis
    Authors: Przybyla1,2, Good DC2 and Sainburg RL1,2*
    Abstract: Stroke is one of the leading causes of motor disability in the United States [1]. Although conventional therapies involve different forms of movement practice, technological advances have allowed the development of interactive therapies using robotics and other computer based interventions, such as virtual reality and computer games.
    Silent Cerebral Microembolism during Coronary Artery Bypass Graft Surgery
    Authors: Jose Rafael P. Zuzuarreguil*, Melissa L. Rayhilll, Val E. Pochay2, Patrick R. Treanor2 and Viken L. Babikianl
    Abstract: A 62 year-old man with known coronary artery disease underwent a three-vessel CABG after a positive exercise tolerance test revealed reversible ischemic changes.
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