Does the atypical antipsychotic clozapine carry high risk for the development of drug-induced parkinsonism? What are DSM-5 criteria for the diagnosis of neuroleptic-induced parkinsonism? These questions and more in our quiz.
How much do you know about trigeminal neuralgia? Find out with this quick, 5-question quiz.
Symptoms of sudden onset of headache and decreased balance three days earlier prompted a visit to the emergency department.
Chronic migraines can contribute to relationship problems and have a detrimental effect on family life. Here are three ways migraine pain can affect women and relationships.
Over 10 million Americans suffer from debilitating chronic pain, according to new data that provides insights into the unrelenting problem of pain in America.
When should aspirin be given in patients with acute ischemic stroke? Plus 4 other questions to test your knowledge of the new guidelines.
You’ll want to get to bed early on Thursday, because you’ll have a very full week ahead. And even if you can't make #MDSCongress, October 5-9, 2018, get your highlights and Editor's Picks here.
Stroke survivors with hypertension who are recommended earlier antihypertensive treatment and lifestyle modification may greatly increase their chances of survival.
About 30% of patients with periodic paralysis have unknown genetic mutation, making identification and treatment a challenge. Here: key points on genetics, testing, and subtypes of PPP.
If your patient is a construction worker, bus driver, gas station attendant, or mechanic, take notice: “This type of exposure deserves more attention and study as we work to develop a better understanding of what causes ALS,” notes the author of a recent study.