The study provides much needed insight into sex-specific risk factors, thus improving the accuracy of individualized stroke risk assessment.
Anna B. Boyum, PhD
Although tremendous advances in research and medical ethics have been made since the mid-20th century, questions continue.
Second-impact syndrome remains a hotly debated diagnosis. A recently published case report evoked 3 commentaries from concussion management experts.
A genetic mutation suspected to be associated with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis risk has been confirmed through a large-scale research effort.
A study of 30 years indicates the projected increase in Parkinson disease could be underestimated and offers possible explanations.
An experimental device designed to complement a helmet reduces brain slosh during head impact. Can it also prevent a concussion?
Several points relevant to neurology were discussed during a special session on TBI by the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
With the help of virtual reality, treatment of psychiatric and neurological conditions may evolve beyond traditional approaches.
Why do you think sports-related concussion rates have increased – growing popularity of sports, improved awareness, better screening and diagnosis?
Technology that is efficient yet lacking side effects, personalized, and nonintrusive may be closer than we think for many of our neurology patients.