The mobile applications in this top-pick list provide immediate and encyclopedic access to the nuts, bolts, and nuances of neurologic practice.
Most Effective Acute Migraine Drugs
This report reflects the changing nature of guidelines toward evidence-based treatment rather than expert opinion. A companion piece will help translate evidence-based guidelines to clinical practice.
Movies Show Male, Female Brains Differ During Smoking
Men and women smoke for different reasons and activate different parts of the brain while smoking. These findings from “dopamine movies” could have implications for Parkinson disease.
Block Microglial Benefits in Alzheimer
Prostaglandin may block protective microglial cells in Alzheimer disease, a study shows. This work could form the basis for future therapies.
Top 8 Neurology Apps
With promising names like "5-Minute Neurology Consult" and "Neurosurgery Survival Guide" the mobile applications in this top-pick list provide immediate and encyclopedic access to the nuts, bolts, and nuances of neurologic practice.
Epilepsy: More Common Than You Thought
The largest study of its kind shows that 8 in 1000 people have epilepsy--a distinctly higher incidence than previously thought. Details and implications in this podcast.
Migraine May Double Bell Palsy Risk
This is a newly identified association between the conditions, and they may share a common underlying link.
SPECT, PET Predict Epilepsy Outcomes After Surgery
By localizing the portion of the brain responsible for seizures and envisioning long-term outcomes, this imaging combination helps guide clinical decision making.
Migraine and Parkinson Disease: New Study Finds a Link
In this podcast, Ann Scher, PhD, lead author in a recently published study, gives a succinct overview of the details and briefly discusses what the findings may suggest.
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