Transcranial magnetic stimulation is a promising, effective, well-tolerated and safe treatment option for migraine with and without aura, episodic or chronic.
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy affects nearly half of adult cancer patients; a new review finds that there is currently no way to predict who will be affected.
Contrary to prevailing thought, alcohol promotes sleep by affecting homeostasis rather than circadian rhythms. So should drinking be used as a sleep aid?
This yellow CSF was drawn from an HIV-positive man who presented with status epilepticus. What is the most likely cause?
The 1-leg standing test is an easy way to determine if a patient has early signs of being at risk for a stroke and cognitive impairment and whether additional evaluation is needed,
Here: a quick look at tests that can be a valuable part of a neuropsychological evaluation.
No evidence of disease activity (NEDA) is a new concept developing in MS. The field is beginning to ask how well the new treatments are doing and whether can we ultimately shut down the disease.
These review articles published in 2014 cover a variety of headache issues, and all are free courtesy of PubMed. Take a look.
What happens before the demyelinating lesions of MS appear? Does smoking confer protection against Parkinson disease? How is NMDA receptor-associated disease reversed? Here are 4 fine papers from 2014 that set out to answer these questions.
Test your knowledge about this hamartomatous tumor of the cerebellar cortex.
Recovery from a paralyzed limb may be enhanced by a combination of these elements.
New research sheds light on epilepsy concerns, particularly the link between cardiac abnormalities and sudden unexpected death.
Parkinson and other neurodegenerative diseases are hard to distinguish. Surface-based MRI shows promise as a diagnostic tool.
Get to the root of the latest research findings on nervous system disorders and test your brainpower with this quick 5-question quiz.
A new study bolsters evidence that bilingualism contributes to cognitive reserve, postpones symptoms of dementia, and delays diagnosis of Alzheimer disease.