A study that compared motor and nonmotor outcomes of DBS for Parkinson disease may show promise for patients' quality of life.
Bobby Lazzara, MD
A new study with longitudinal follow-up looked at disability trajectories after stroke compared with myocardial infarction.
A study of over 80,000 patients confirmed another strong reason to prevent young people from repetitive head blows.
In this video, Dr. Lazzara discusses a new study that identified patients at greatest risk of memory loss and global loss of cognitive function.
A meta-analysis compared medical therapy with medical therapy plus angioplasty for the treatment of symptomatic vertebral artery stenosis.
Patients underwent one night of a sham stimulation followed by pink noise stimulation delivered during slow wave activity.
An abstract presented at ACC 2017 explored the cardiovascular effects of cannabis use.
Patients with Parkinson disease experiencing “off” episodes on levodopa/carbidopa now have another treatment option.
Did testosterone treatment improve cognitive function and memory in elderly men diagnosed with low testosterone and age-related memory impairment?
Is selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor use associated with an increased risk of spontaneous intracranial hemorrhage?