All Relations between Movement Disorders and horizontal fiber system neuron

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Hao Chen, Kexue Deng, Yingxing Zhang, Xiaofeng Jiang, Ying Wan. Higher betweenness and degree centrality in the frontal and cerebellum cortex of Meige's syndrome patients than hemifacial spasm patients. Neuroreport vol 34 issue 2 2023 36608166 meige's syndrome and hemifacial spasm (hfs) are two different forms of dystonic movement disorder, but their difference in terms of resting state functional connectivity (rsfc) remains unclear. 2023-01-06 2023-01-08 Not clear
Nicola Tambasco, Marta Filidei, Pasquale Nigro, Lucilla Parnetti, Simone Simon. Botulinum Toxin for the Treatment of Hemifacial Spasm: An Update on Clinical Studies. Toxins vol 13 issue 12 2021 34941718 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a movement disorder characterized by involuntary contractions of the facial muscles innervated by the seventh cranial nerve. 2021-12-23 2022-01-13 Not clear
Tao Li, Zhuo Feng, Chunli Song, Zhanhua Lian. Hemifacial spasm is not affected by state of consciousness: a case report. European journal of medical research vol 26 issue 1 2021 34876223 \xc2\xa0hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a movement disorder caused by mechanical compression of the facial nerve after it has left the brainstem and is characterized by brief or sustained twitching of the muscles innervated by that nerve. 2021-12-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Betel Tesfay, Christian Sten\\xc3\\xb8. [Reversible hemifacial spasm due to non-ketotichyperglycaemia]. Ugeskrift for laeger vol 183 issue 28 2021 34356010 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a movement disorder affecting the facial muscles and is primarily due to a lesion related to the seventh cranial nerve or the brainstem. 2021-08-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Betel Tesfay, Christian Sten\\xc3\\xb8. [Reversible hemifacial spasm due to non-ketotichyperglycaemia]. Ugeskrift for laeger vol 183 issue 28 2021 34356010 hyperglycaemic induced movement disorder is an important differential diagnosis to hfs and has a good prognosis. 2021-08-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Yolanda Herrero-Infante, Ana Rodr\\xc3\\xadguez-Sanz, Jorge M\\xc3\\xa1\\xc3\\xb1ez-Mir\\xc3\\xb3, Francisco Vivancos-Matellan. Hemifacial spasm through the last three decades: From etiology to efficacy and safety of long-term botulinum toxin treatment. Clinical neurology and neurosurgery vol 203 issue 2021 33662742 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is an uncommon movement disorder characterized by involuntary contractions of muscles innervated by the facial nerve. 2021-08-05 2022-01-13 Not clear
Lawrence W. Kemp, Stephen G. Reic. Hemifacial Spasm. Current treatment options in neurology vol 6 issue 3 2020 15043800 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a peripheral movement disorder caused by direct or indirect compression or distortion of the root exit zone of the seventh cranial nerve, which is most commonly compressed by an arterial loop, but also may be compressed by a tumor, cyst, or aneurysm. 2020-09-29 2022-01-12 Not clear
Kiley, Voyvodic, Burn. An unusual cause of hemifacial spasm. Journal of clinical neuroscience : official journal of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia vol 6 issue 4 2019 10844764 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a movement disorder characterized by involuntary paroxysmal chronic contractions of the facial musculature. 2019-11-20 2022-01-11 Not clear
Sanjay Pandey, Shruti Jai. Clinical features and response to botulinum toxin in primary and secondary hemifacial spasm. Neurology India vol 66 issue 4 2019 30038089 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a hyperkinetic movement disorder of adults. 2019-09-25 2022-01-13 Not clear
Jesse D Lawrence, Andrew M Frederickson, Yue-Fang Chang, Patricia M Weiss, Peter C Gerszten, Raymond F Sekul. An investigation into quality of life improvement in patients undergoing microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasm. Journal of neurosurgery vol 128 issue 1 2019 28186450 objective hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a movement disorder characterized by involuntary spasms of the facial muscles, and it can negatively impact quality of life (qol). 2019-09-12 2022-01-13 Not clear
Young Goo Kim, Na Young Jung, MinSoo Kim, Won Seok Chang, Hyun Ho Jung, Jin Woo Chan. Benefits of microvascular decompression on social anxiety disorder and health-related quality of life in patients with hemifacial spasm. Acta neurochirurgica vol 158 issue 7 2017 27155866 hemifacial spasm (hfs), an involuntary movement disorder characterized by unilateral spasms of the muscles innervated by the facial nerve, is likely to cause social anxiety disorder due to its significant facial disfigurement and may have a significant influence on a patient's health-related quality of life (hrqol). 2017-09-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
Takeshi Kuroda, Yu Saito, Kazuhisa Fujita, Satoshi Yano, Seiichiro Ishigaki, Hirotaka Kato, Hidetomo Murakami, Kenjiro On. Efficacy of levetiracetam in primary hemifacial spasm. Journal of clinical neuroscience : official journal of the Neurosurgical Society of Australasia vol 34 issue 2017 27460515 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a peripherally-induced movement disorder characterized by the involuntary, unilateral, intermittent, irregular, tonic or clonic contractions of muscles innervated by the ipsilateral facial nerve. 2017-02-01 2022-01-12 Not clear
Florian Amtage, Thomas J Feuerstein, Simone Meier, Thomas Prokop, Tobias Piroth, Marcus O Pinske. Hypokinesia upon Pallidal Deep Brain Stimulation of Dystonia: Support of a GABAergic Mechanism. Frontiers in neurology vol 4 issue 2014 24367353 here we report on two patients suffering from fog after successful treatment of their dystonic movement disorder with pallidal high frequency stimulation (hfs). 2014-06-24 2022-01-12 Not clear
R Chiaramonte, M Bonfiglio, A D'Amore, I Chiaramont. Developmental venous anomaly responsible for hemifacial spasm. The neuroradiology journal vol 26 issue 2 2013 23859243 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a facial movement disorder characterized by involuntary, unilateral and intermittent contractions of the facial muscles. 2013-08-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Monika Rudzi\\xc5\\x84ska, Magdalena W\\xc3\\xb3jcik, Michalina Malec, Natalia Grabska, Micha\\xc5\\x82 Szubiga, Marcin Hartel, Andrzej Szczudli. Factors affecting the quality of life in hemifacial spasm patients. Neurologia i neurochirurgia polska vol 46 issue 2 2012 22581593 hemifacial spasm (hfs), a movement disorder manifested by unilateral spasms of the muscles innervated by the facial nerve, interferes with social life in about 90% of patients, causing social isolation and depression and having a significant impact on the quality of life. 2012-07-03 2022-01-12 Not clear
Subsai Kongsengdao, Saksit Kritalukku. Quality of life in hemifacial spasm patient after treatment with botulinum toxin A; a 24-week, double-blind, randomized, cross-over comparison of Dysport and Neuronox study. Journal of the Medical Association of Thailand = Chotmaihet thangphaet vol 95 Suppl 3 issue 2012 22619887 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a common movement disorder presented with unilateral, intermittent, irregular tonic or clonic contraction of facial expression muscles without any identifiable etiology. 2012-06-20 2022-01-12 Not clear
Dibyendu K Ray, Diaa Bahgat, Shirley McCartney, Kim J Burchie. Surgical outcome and improvement in quality of life after microvascular decompression for hemifacial spasms: a case series assessment using a validated disease-specific scale. Stereotactic and functional neurosurgery vol 88 issue 6 2011 20948243 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a movement disorder characterized by intermittent, involuntary clonic or tonic-clonic contractions of muscles innervated by the ipsilateral facial nerve. 2011-09-30 2022-01-12 Not clear
Giovanni Abbruzzese, Alfredo Berardelli, Giovanni Defazi. Hemifacial spasm. Handbook of clinical neurology vol 100 issue 2011 21496615 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a peripherally induced movement disorder causing clonic or tonic contractions of the facial muscles. 2011-07-12 2022-01-12 Not clear
Yuncheng Wu, Anthony L Davidson, Tianhong Pan, Joseph Jankovi. Asian over-representation among patients with hemifacial spasm compared to patients with cranial-cervical dystonia. Journal of the neurological sciences vol 298 issue 1-2 2011 20864122 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a common movement disorder, but its prevalence in different populations has not been elucidated. 2011-01-28 2022-01-12 Not clear
Monika Rudzi\\xc5\\x84ska, Magdalena W\\xc3\\xb3jcik, Andrzej Szczudli. Hemifacial spasm non-motor and motor-related symptoms and their response to botulinum toxin therapy. Journal of neural transmission (Vienna, Austria : 1996) vol 117 issue 6 2010 20467763 hemifacial spasm (hfs) is a chronic movement disorder which presents as clonic and/or tonic facial muscle contractions frequently accompanied by many other sensory (visual or auditory disturbances, pain), motor (facial weakness, trismus, bruxism, dysarthria) and/or autonomic (lacrimation, salivation) symptoms. 2010-09-08 2022-01-12 Not clear
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