Clicking sounds in the patient’s ears were initially thought to be auditory hallucinations, but a thorough neurological examination revealed the true cause.
Cognitive deficits are gender based, opioids complicate prophylactic treatment, patients with migraine seen by ophthalmologists—find concise summaries of these and other findings here.
Women are three times more susceptible to migraine than are men. The difference is so pronounced that men with migraine are at risk for being underdiagnosed and undertreated. Why such a discrepancy?
Neurology Times' inaugural Special Report explores TBI, providing key insights and practical strategies as well as focused approaches to clinical care.
The CAM options described here may help prevent trauma-related neurodegeneration over the long term.
Conceptualizing risk among patients with traumatic brain injury requires clinicians to consider multiple factors including neuroanatomic and cognitive dysfunction, and psychosocial impairment.
Despite advances in neurology, a silent epidemic of older adults who sustain a TBI is growing. The authors provide tools and tips for a geriatric approach to treatment.
Our Editor in Chief, Heidi Moawad, MD, will be at the Neurology Times booth (No. 2151) on Monday, May 6, from noon to 1:00 PM.
Experts worry that the new criteria for certification of thrombectomy-capable stroke centers are insufficient to ensure quality of care.
A prospective case controlled study looked at the relationship of retinal blood ﬂow and vessel density to early onset Alzheimer disease and mild cognitive impairment.
What do you suspect is responsible for this patient’s progressively worsening cognitive symptoms?
What's your diagnosis for a 45-year-old woman who experienced strange symptoms after taking an advanced yoga class?
Phase 2 trial results suggest the possibility of a treatment that may regenerate brain cells following TBI.
It has been estimated that between 40% and 60% of patients with PD use at least one form of complementary medicine. In this podcast, neurologist Sarah Mulukutla, MD, MPH talks about CAM options for neurologists to discuss with their patients.
Chronic pain, sleep disorders, neuropathy, and anxiety were the most common conditions that showed improvement in the study.