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.
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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.
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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.
Take this brief quiz to test your knowledge of the increasing impact neurological disorders are having on patients’ health and well-being.
Obstructive sleep apnea may affect the accumulation of tau in the brain.
A new analysis provides a comprehensive update on this significant, and growing, cause of disability and death.
Repeated brain MRI scans show four small gray matter lesions. What’s in your differential?
A study looked at at levodopa/carbidopa administration soon after the diagnosis of Parkinson disease.
Here’s a brief look at therapies for neurological disorders that the FDA has approved within the past 6 months.