Your patient asks if a ketogenic diet can reduce her migraines. What will you tell her?
Veronica Hackethal, MD
Physicians should ask patients about their history of headaches and monitor for possible indicators of stroke, especially among older individuals who are already at increased risk.
An episode of slurred speech, dizziness, and severe headache resolved after 10 minutes. What do you suspect?
Findings from a new study may be especially useful for PD patients who lack easy access to neurologists, especially those who are mobility impaired or live in remote areas.
15-Month-Old Baby With Delayed Communication and Social Milestones: Can Autism Be Reliably Diagnosed?
Current recommendations suggest screening for autism starting at 18 months, but parents are increasingly anxious about their children and a possible diagnosis.
Recent findings challenge previous assumptions about the genesis of atherosclerosis.
Experts worry that the new criteria for certification of thrombectomy-capable stroke centers are insufficient to ensure quality of care.
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?
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?