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Wednesday 17th October 2018

Exploring Recurrent Isolated Sleep Paralysis

Strategies and take-home points on sleep paralysis and its counterpart, isolated sleep paralysis, a REM sleep-related parasomnia commonly associated with intense fear and anxiety.

Tuesday 16th October 2018

The Jack-O’-Lantern Sign: A Case Study

Dengue infection predominantly causes arthritis, fever, headache, and rash; hemorrhagic and neurologic manifestations may also result. What was the prognosis for this patient?

Monday 15th October 2018

When Disease Hijacks the Brain

Learn about the most insightful article Dr Lazzara has ever read in a research journal.

Thursday 11th October 2018

New Pluses on Brain Stimulation in the Management of PD Motor Symptoms

Cutting-edge insights on the value of deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in Parkinson disease.

Probing Headaches: A Diagnostic Challenge Quiz

What differentiates migraine from underlying intracranial pathology that may require neuroimaging, like tumors, abscesses, aneurysms or hemorrhages? Test your skills with this 5-question quiz.

Management Strategies for Later Stage Parkinson Disease

The latest research includes the development of novel device therapies, MRI-guided focused ultrasound, and DBS surgery.

Nonmotor PD Symptoms Respond to Dietary Modulation

Both low fat and ketogenic diets appear to be safe and may be even salutary in patients with Parkinson disease, according to new research.

Wednesday 10th October 2018

Spotlight on Women and Migraine

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.

New Classification for an Old Problem: Chronic Pain in America

Over 10 million Americans suffer from debilitating chronic pain, according to new data that provides insights into the unrelenting problem of pain in America.

Tuesday 9th October 2018

Neural Insights: The Jealousy Switch

Brain injury and stroke studies have revealed that jealousy is indeed "in your head”—specifically in the left part of the cerebral cortex.

Monday 8th October 2018

Complementary and Alternative Therapies for Parkinson Disease

Findings indicate that some CAM therapies may have a promising future in the management of Parkinson disease.

Identifying Prodromal Parkinson Disease

Early diagnosis of PD and the initiation of neuroprotective treatment may alter the disease course, improving the quality of life for patients.

Psychosis in Parkinson Disease Elucidated

Experts present the latest on the mechanisms and management of psychotic features in PD and Lewy body dementia.

Friday 5th October 2018

Stem Cell Transplantation for Parkinson Disease

Stem cell transplantation for treatment of Parkinson disease is complex and requires both surgery and acquisition of stem cells. What does the future hold?

5 Qs on the New Acute Ischemic Stroke Guidelines

When should aspirin be given in patients with acute ischemic stroke? Plus 4 other questions to test your knowledge of the new guidelines. 

Thursday 4th October 2018

Migraine Clinical Trial Round Up: Test Your Knowledge

Results presented at the 2018 American Headache Society Annual Scientific Meeting suggested that 20% of participants achieved pain freedom two hours after a single dose of rimegepant, and 48% achieved pain freedom eight hours after that dose, compared to 12% and 32%, respectively, with placebo.

Wednesday 3rd October 2018

Hydrochlorthiazide: Not Only for Hyperkalemic Periodic Paralysis?

A young child’s neurological exam was notable for symmetrical decreased muscle strength and absence of deep tendon reflexes in both lower extremities. Learn about the case here.

Tuesday 2nd October 2018

An Incidental Finding

A 67-year-old woman comes to the urgent care because she fell in the shower three days ago. She insists that she doesn’t have any symptoms and she says her fall resulted from a slip on soap.

Transient Paralysis, Cardiac Arrythmia, Facial Abnormalities: What’s the Diagnosis?

A 47-year-old man presented with a longstanding history of recurrent transient episodes of muscular weakness. What’s your diagnosis?

The 2018 MDS International Congress: A Brief Introduction

In addition to the most up-to-date management approaches to tremors and other issues related to Parkinson disease, the conference will cover a vast array of other offerings. Neurology Times will provide daily updates for those attending in person or remotely. Get your quick intro here.

Friday 28th September 2018

Vaccination During Pregnancy and Autism Risk

Is Tdap vaccination linked to increased ASD risk in children? A study of over 80,000 children provides insights.

A Study of Thousands: Adolescent Cognition and Alzheimer Disease

Potential risk factors may identify those at risk for AD and similar disorders as early as adolescence.

Thursday 27th September 2018

Guiding Principles in Reducing Stroke Mortality

Stroke survivors with hypertension who are recommended earlier antihypertensive treatment and lifestyle modification may greatly increase their chances of survival.

Wednesday 26th September 2018

Five Days in Hong Kong: The International Congress of Parkinson Disease and Movement Disorders

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.

Tuesday 25th September 2018

The Neurobiology of Forgiveness

To err is human; to forgive, divine. Or is it? Research on the brain’s structural anatomy and activity provide insight into the science of forgiveness.

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