Many physicians want it, many patients are asking for it. Here’s a look at the pros and cons—and the case for expanded coverage of telemedicine.
What do these images suggest is the cause of bilateral lower limb symptoms of 4 months’ duration?
Just how private is that information your patient records in a mobile headache diary?
If you are thinking of adding telemedicine to your practice, here are the benefits—and things to consider.
New studies shed light on topics such as nonencephalic pain and headache chronicity; benign childhood epilepsy with centrotemporal spikes and social cognition; and causal triggers of Alzheimer disease onset.
Adherence is a major concern for clinicians across all disciplines. Even the most effective treatment will not be successful if the patients does not adhere to the prescribed treatment strategy. Inside learn more about the problem and ways to maximize adherence.
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.
This case serves as a reminder to consider Baclofen overdose in the differential of select patients who present with unresponsiveness and respiratory distress.