Explore a case study and discussion with an expert on hallucinogen persisting perception disorder, a rare persisting visual condition.
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Neurologists in Medical Missions
While the typical services of medical missions are generally outside the realm of neurology, neurologists can provide unique and valuable care.
Balance with Antiepileptic Drug Use
A twin/sibling study investigated a possible link between balance dysfunction and long-time AED use.
Parkinson and Lewy Body-like Dementia Triggers
The discovery of a possible trigger for PD and Lewy body dementia could provide a new avenue for gene therapy in these neurological conditions.
Refractory Tourette Syndrome
There’s an exciting new treatment for refractory Tourette syndrome, but many aspects to consider before recommending this option.
Interesting Neuro: Alzheimer Studies & Stroke Drug
Our Nov. news & research list includes 2 successful genetic Alzheimer treatments in mouse models and a potential drug for Parkinson disease psychosis.
Meet our Board: Francisco J. Gomez, MD
We continue our series with Dr. Gomez. Over the coming months we’ll introduce you to our Neurology Times board.
When the Party’s Over—a case of HPPD
Neuro News Roundup: Stroke
The following slides discuss strokes: the role of job stress and the stress doctors feel when treating cryptogenic strokes.
Interesting Neuro: Multiple Sclerosis Highlights
Our Oct. list of news & research highlights MS – online fatigue management, positive phase III trials, vitamin D, & more.
Neurology News Roundup
Exercise to preserve cognitive function and use of biomarkers to aid rapid diagnosis are two topics covered in the following slides.
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