Volume 4 Issue 1

Proceedings of the 4th Neurological Disorders Summit (NDS-2018)

Adaptive Resonance Theory, or ART, is a neural model that explains how normal and abnormal brains may learn to categorize and recognize objects and events in a changing world, and how learned categories may be stably remembered. ART unifies the explanation of diverse data about normal and abnormal modulation of learning and memory by acetylcholine (ACh).

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Painful Hand and Moving Fingers: Case Report and Literature Review

Fabian Rossi, Michael Hoffmann, Ramon Rodriguez-Cruz, Elisa M Rossi, Elizabeth Gonzalez, et al…
We describe a 41 year-old man with painful hand and moving fingers (PHMF) syndrome. He presented with pain in the ulnar distribution of the left forearm and hand, and continuous abduction-adduction confined to the left IV finger.

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Cane Use in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

Esra Dogru Huzmeli and Esra Okuyucu
Introduction: Previous studies have primarily focused on whether there were any differences between walking with and without a cane. A small amount of studies examined properties of the canes used for patients with Parkinson’s Disease (PD).

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