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Invited review articles
Research papers

Risk factors for dementia in Parkinson’s Disease — the overuse of anticholinergic drugs

Jakub J. Malkiewicz, Amadeusz G. Kasprzyk, Damian Waksmundzki, Julia Węgrzynek, Tomasz Chmiela, Joanna Siuda

Research Paper

Pubmed: 37357543

Clinical significance and prognostic value of serum autoantibody tests in multiple sclerosis

Samet Öncel, Şule Şule Dalkılıç, Saadet Sayan, Elif Darol, Ayşe Zafer, Derya Kara, Abdulkadir Tunç

Research Paper

Pubmed: 37466321

Serum amino acid profiling in differentiating clinical outcomes of multiple sclerosis

Łukasz Rzepiński, Piotr Kośliński, Mariusz Kowalewski, Marcin Koba, Zdzisław Maciejek

Research Paper

Pubmed: 37526173

Effect of series of periodic limb movements in sleep on blood pressure, heart rate and high frequency heart rate variability

Marta A. Malkiewicz, Malgorzata Grzywinska, Krzysztof S. Malinowski, Eemil Partinen, Markku Partinen, Wieslaw J. Cubala, Pawel J. Winklewski, Mariusz Sieminski

Research Paper

Pubmed: 37668022

Differences in diffusion tensor imaging parameters of brain white matter tracts between patients with myotonic dystrophy type 1 and type 2 — a retrospective single-centre study

Edyta Maj, Tomasz Wolak, Joanna de Meulder, Katarzyna Janiszewska, Mikołaj Wojtaszek, Anna Kostera-Pruszczyk, Marek Gołębiowski, Anna Łusakowska

Research Paper

Pubmed: 37706668
Short communications

KinesioTaping: impact on non-motor symptoms in cervical dystonia patients treated with botulinum toxin injection

Małgorzata Dec-Ćwiek, Katarzyna Sawczyńska, Karolina Porębska, Marcin Kubala, Magdalena Witkowska, Kinga Żmijewska

Short Communication

Pubmed: 37376975
Letters to the Editors

Atypical motor presentation of Huntington’s Disease

Katarzyna Śmiłowska, Daniel van Wamelen

Letter to the Editors

Pubmed: 37078132
Responses to Letter to the Editors


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