The author discusses MG disease classifications as well as treatment goals and treatment adherence.
These apps are designed to improve treatment adherence, language skills, symptom tracking, communication, and other helpful functions.
Is it a seizure or something else? Here are 5 tips to assess and treat psychogenic non-epileptic seizures.
What is the shortest time within which you have given a patient TPA?
The conventional classification of seizure types needed a makeover. To employ the 2017 ILAE classification, a clinician should follow some general rules.
Initial measures in the Axon Registry will assess care for Parkinson disease, epilepsy, distal symmetric polyneuropathy, dementia, headache, multiple sclerosis, and sleep apnea.
Which came first? Epilepsy or depression? The author sheds light on a complex relationship.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is the treatment of choice for decompression sickness, and it has shown some promise in trials of small numbers of patients with peripheral neuropathy and those with head trauma.
The notion of “resistant atherosclerosis,” points to possible breakthroughs in research and treatment.
This study showed that a novel CVS device provided effective, well-tolerated adjuvant prophylactic therapy for a group of adults with episodic migraine.
The largest study to date of a potential link between dairy intake and Parkinson disease found that risk varies depending on fat content and total intake. Details here.
Here’s a quick overview of what’s new—and what may be coming—in preventive treatments strategies for migraine.
Here are a number of compelling reasons to consider seeking out a mentor to help you with your neurology career.
A dementia expert addresses current controversies on proton pump inhibitors.
Here is new evidence that people aged 75 and older who take aspirin-based antiplatelet treatment for secondary prevention should also take PPIs.