ABCD2

Prediction of short-term stroke risk after a TIA.

BERG Balance Scale

Measure balance among older people with impairment in balance function.

Canadian Neurogical Scale

Validated neurological assessment of stroke patients.

CHAD.S2

Stroke risk stratification in patients with atrial fibrillation.

CHA2DS2-VASc

Risk of stroke and thromboembolic events in patients with atrial fibrillation.

European Stroke Scale

Assessing patients who has recently had a stroke involving the distribution of a middle cerebral artery.

HACHINSKI Ischemic Score

Screening tool to differentiate vascular dementia from degenerative forms of the disorder.

Intracerebral Hemorrhage Score

Mortality and morbidity risk after intracerebral hemorrhage.

Mental Health Inventory

Part of the MSQLI. Assess both positive and negative facets of mental health.

Modified Fatigue Impact Scale

The MFIS is a part of the MSQLI.

MOS Modified Social Support Survey

The MSSS is a part of the MSQLI.

NIH Stroke Scale

The NIHSS is used to gauge the severity of a stroke.

mNIHSS (11-item)

The 11-item modified NIHSS includes 10 items with excellent reliability.

Orpington Prognostic Scale

Assessment of stroke severity that can be used as a predictor of outcome in elderly stroke patients

Overall Disability Sum Score

ODSS is a clinical assessment tool useful to monitor disability in immune mediated polyneuropathies

Perceived Deficits Questionnaire

The PDQ is a part of the MSQLI.

Prognostic Factors in low-grade Glioma

Prognostic factors for survival in adult patients with cerebral LGG

San Francisco Syncope Rule

Assessment of adverse outcomes in patient who present with fainting or syncope

Simpson-Angus Scale (modified)

Extrapyramidal side effects assessment.

SPMSQ (Pfeiffer-1975)

Short Portable Mental Status Questionnaire. Assess organic brain deficit in elderly patients.

Tinetti Balance & Gait test

16-item Performance Oriented Mobility Assessment (POMA)

UPDRS-42

42-item Unified Parkinson's Disease Rating Scale

UPDRS-8

8-item Hauser et al. version (2012)

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