This young woman is otherwise healthy and doesn’t drink or abuse drugs. What’s in your differential diagnosis?
How does DBS differ from other methods of neuromodulation? This question and more in this Q&A with Dr Robert Gross, a neurosurgical primary investigator in an important trial.
The patient has a history of migraine. Is this another attack—or is something else going on?
A driver sees what appear to be squiggly lines in the right field of vision of her right eye.
Are you up-to-date on recent guidelines for the management of agitation, anxiety, apathy, psychosis, and sleep disorders in patients with Huntington disease? Take this brief quiz to find out.
Does early initiation of levodopa delay disease progression? Dutch researchers sought to confirm a neuroprotective effect suggested by a previous trial.
A simple screening test may help identify those at risk.
According to recently published results from the SPRINT MIND trial, the jury is still out.
A patient believes excessive gaming is his way to mask his depression, but it may be a result of something else.
CMEs offered by the American Academy of Neurology, Cleveland Clinic, Mayo Clinic, and the American Medical Association.
A recent study evaluated the effect of aerobic exercise on cognitive function and physical conditioning in young adults. The result? These boots are made for more than walking.
Results of this Swedish study may help guide decisions about monitoring and induction of labor.
Some good news about Huntington disease: most of the behavioral symptoms can be managed with treatments developed for other conditions.
In this podcast, Dr Heidi Moawad interviews a neurologist currently researching new, available treatments in headache medicine.
His daughter says that he often tells stories he has heard about someone else as if they had happened to him.