A young man sustained a serious head injury in a car accident, but routine brain CT and MRI scans are normal. Your next step?
Neurology Times' podcast with a pediatric headache specialist and neurologist who has performed over 1000 procedures to treat migraine in children and adolescents.
Investigators are looking for and finding new approaches to diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. Here: highlights of some of the latest findings.
Your patient is a former linebacker with recently diagnosed amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, who asks if football injuries caused his disease. What will you tell him?
Take this brief quiz to test your knowledge of recent recommendations from the American Headache Society for the prevention and acute management of migraine.
Could the patient's symptoms be linked to her diet?
For the past year, a patient lived in such utter fear of her symptoms that she became housebound.
Because dark chocolate is relatively inexpensive—and many people like its taste—it could be a pragmatic adjunct to treatment in MS.
Scientists find that Schwann cells protect nerves against blood clotting factors that cause degeneration.
Is there a connection between this patient’s ocular symptoms and migraines?
Conversations in the hospital cafeteria.
EEG and brain MRI findings are normal—what do you suspect?
This brief slideshow provides concise summaries of key findings in recent studies.
What are the risk factors for serious intracranial injury? When can patients return to normal activity? Answers here.
Studies have suggested that exercise may have short- and long-term analgesic effects on migraine. New information has come to light about which type of exercise is best.