A retrospective cohort study of Medicare patients sought to determine if carotid endarterectomy or carotid stenting provided better outcomes.
Veronica Hackethal, MD
Although extremely premature boys tend to have a higher burden of neurocognitive impairments than girls, some unexpected similarities were found.
Statins before and after an ischemic stroke may improve functional outcomes and survival, but the association is not exactly straightforward.
Updated guidelines incorporate epilepsy drugs developed since the last protocol and include an evidence-based treatment algorithm.
The GREFEX study compares the diagnostic accuracy of shortened vs. full battery tests for executive disorders in stroke.
When evaluating dietary therapy in patients with GLUT1 deficiency syndrome, did the ketogenic diet prove more effective than the alternatives?
An open-label study looked at add-on cannabidiol in children and young adults with severe, intractable, childhood-onset treatment-resistant epilepsy.
A new study suggests that NSAIDs can increase the risk of CV events, such as ischemic stroke, and that these risks differ by type of NSAID.
Stroke has many long-term repercussions, but the effect on informal caregivers is sometimes overlooked.
A twin/sibling study investigated a possible link between balance dysfunction and long-time AED use.