Paramedics were called to a campus party after a 911 call was placed with a report that a 19-year-old male suddenly “passed out.”
Smoking, organic solvents, and genetic susceptibility combine to increase MS risk.
A recent study has suggested that a substance called Hm-3, which is derived from crab spider toxin, may pave the way for new treatments for a subtype of the rare neuromuscular disorder, primary periodic paralysis.
A new drug called BAN2401 has shown promise in decreasing amyloid in early AD, according to results from a phase II study.
Is there a correlation between sickle cell trait and incidence of ischemic stroke among African-Americans?
A 39-year-old male with a past medical history of hypertension and depression woke up with a severe headache, difficulty speaking, and right-sided weakness. Read the case details here.
Researchers sought to find whether the risk of later cerebrovascular events was associated with a hospital admission for migraine.
A 36-year-old male presents with new-onset tremors of the hands. He is a project manager at a small company, and he is increasingly self-conscious about his condition that is getting worse at his high-stress job.
This just in: the first study to systematically evaluate cluster headache in individuals never exposed to tobacco smoke versus those who have been exposed.
A small but noteworthy study examined whether DBS could improve motor symptoms in early PD.
Few prospective studies have been conducted to guide treatment decisions for this rare disorder. Now, a recent review describes the characteristics, diagnosis, and treatment of the group of neuromuscular disorder subtypes known as PPP.
PPP is a disabling and chronic condition marked by symptoms, such as anxiety, muscle weakness, pain, fatigue, and temporary paralysis.
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A 20-year-old female presents with headache symptoms that, upon fundoscopic examination, potentially point to a medical emergency.
Conscious sedation or local anesthesia? That is the question. Dr. Lazzara reports for Neurology Times.